Another day, another rumour - and the RAM situation on the new Galaxy Note is starting to get confusing.
Early reports suggested that Samsung's upcoming phablet could have as much as 6 gigs of RAM on board, which would be a step forward for the brand an in keeping with the impressive specs Samsung likes to put into its handsets.
More recently, a benchmark popped up suggesting a mere 3 gigs of RAM, which was actually less than the Note 5. Now, another benchmak has popped up on the AnTuTu database which suggests different specs again.
If these turn out to be true there isn't a whole lot to shout about, though the GPU and CPU have been upgraded. The rear camera is going down from a 16MP sensor to 13MP, though there's an even smaller sensor in the S7 which is one of the best cameras around.
It remains to be seen exactly what specs the final model will have, and we're expecting official word soon.