Majority of the smartphone manufacturers ensure that their smartphones packs with sufficient amount of inbuilt storage. In today’s age and time, 64GB of RAM is enough to facilitate the requirements of individuals on Android smartphones. Most of these handsets include the facility of a microSD card-slot option, which allows users to expand the memories as per their wishes.
The users can extend the memory by a maximum of 400GB of fast storage, the last time we had checked. It appears that 400GB is still not enough. There’s a new phone in the making that will apparently feature 512GB of inbuilt flash memory. However, users won’t be able to purchase it when it is first launched. The company behind dealing with 512GB of the smartphone is Huawei, which does not sell devices in the U.S. market as of yet.
For those who aren’t aware, Huawei is having a tough time making sales of smartphones in the U.S. market. This problem arose when U.S. carriers AT&t and Verizon ended up ditching its plans to carry the Huawei Mate 10 Pro smartphones in the home market. Reports this week suggest that Best Buy might be considering partnering with Huawei after all.
This move is expected to change things around in the U.S. market. However, it might take a little while before this can take place. Moreover, reports even suggest that other electronic retailers are working towards stocking their stories up with more number of Huawei devices. However, it remains unclear whether the smartphone which will feature a 512GB of RAM will end up launching this year.
There is no other information available about the speculated device either. The upcoming smartphone will apparently be Huawei’s flagship offering of the year. However, the Chinese technology giant hasn’t spoken about the matter as yet. Therefore, we don’t know whether the news turns out to be true.