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Confirmed: No 128GB versions of Note 5 and S6 Edge+ after all

Update: Perhaps it was too good to be true. Apparently Samsung won’t be offering 128GB versions of the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ after all.

The company has confirmed that the options listed on the Samsung website are incorrect. As such, the pages are being updated with the correct information.

*sigh*

Original article:

Something strange is happening over at Samsung HQ’s mobile division.

It turns out that there will be 128GB version of Samsung’s new phablets after all.

Samsung told press yesterday that both the Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge+ would be shipping in 32GB and 64GB storage options only.

That was the official line pushed at both the press conference and in official press materials.

However, the Samsung US online store is offering 128GB versions of both handsets (1,2). Confusing, right?

Either Samsung has made a mistake on its online store, or there was a bewildering omission at yesterday’s announcement.

Unfortunately, the 128GB version of the S6 Edge+ device isn’t appearing on Samsung’s UK website.

Couple that with the fact that the Note 5 isn’t coming to the UK, and it seems like Brits won’t be able to get their hands on a new 128GB Samsung phablet at all.

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It seems odd that the UK isn’t getting a 128GB handset, particularly as neither device offers a microSD port.

That will likely turn off the power users that Samsung’s Note series has always attracted.

Do you think Samsung should bring a 128GB S6 Edge+ to the UK? Let us know in the comments.

Check out our S6 Edge+ hands-on video below:

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