Are you honestly going to pay above $1000 just to see more storage and RAM that you’re probably not going to take advantage of? The pricing is completely absurd, but for those who want the best of the best from an Android flagship, they will spend the necessary amount of money to purchase it and we respect their decision. 128GB of internal memory will be advantageous, and so will 6GB of RAM, if used wisely, but the severe drawbacks of having more RAM is it will consume more battery life.
While Galaxy Note 7 features a large battery capacity, 3,500mAh isn’t one of the highest capacity ranges in the world, and the phablet will last you less than a whole day’s worth of battery life if you stress it too much.
Our advice to you would be to only purchase the 6GB RAM model if you will actually show the use for it, otherwise, the base model will be plentiful. While we’re talking about buying decisions, it hasn’t been reported on when this version of Galaxy Note 7 is going to be launched. Samsung has already admitted that demand for the phablet was exceedingly high, so it’s possible that the emergence of this model might not come too soon.