There are no Galaxy S10 and S10+ with 6 GB of RAM, although the official website states otherwise


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If the four models of the Samsung Galaxy S10 are not enough to create some confusion among users, there are also the different memory variants that can create some difficulties for users. In addition to this, Samsung has created more confusion through wrong specifications of its new smartphones on the official website.

It is really shocking to see how many mistakes were made by Samsung on the official website. But what is even more strange is that errors are also present in the smartphone software.

Some reports report that the models with 128 GB of internal memory of Samsung Galaxy S10 has 6 GB of RAM, as indicated by the website, even if it is a figure related to the models marketed by the operators. The unlocked version instead is indicated with 8 GB of RAM, as it should regularly be.

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If all this is not enough to create confusion, even the indications relating to the Galaxy S10+ are incorrect and report 6 GB of RAM again. The version with 1 TB of internal memory, which officially has 12 GB of RAM, is also available in a variant with 8 GB, which in reality does not exist.

Samsung is aware of the situation and promises to solve the problems of the site as soon as possible (and hopefully even those of smartphones). In the meantime it should be noted that all versions of Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy S10+ have at least 8 GB of RAM, with the only exception represented by the model with 12 GB of RAM and 1 TB of internal memory.

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