Rumors about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 remain hazy, but several murmurs have surfaced about the device recently. Due to the Galaxy Note 7 discontinuation, Samsung is expected to deliver a massive comeback with the Galaxy Note 8. Preliminary rumors suggest a large screen with increased resolution, among main features. Samsung smartphones now releasing may also give clues to what the manufacturer has in store for future flagships.

According to CNbeta, a 6GB RAM capacity is a high possibility for the Galaxy Note 8. The biggest clue for this feature could possibly be its inclusion in a new Samsung smartphone, the Galaxy C9 Pro. The smartphone is a mid-range device, geared toward the Indian market. However, it includes some high capacity features, such as 6GB RAM and a 4,000mAh battery.

While Samsung has been outfitting its flagship smartphones with 4GB of RAM since the Galaxy Note 5, the manufacturer began mass producing 6GB RAM modules in September 2015. This aspect being implemented on the device could be a clue that Samsung plans to roll the feature out on a more global scale in the not-so-distant future.

Samsung is well known for testing out features in prior devices before releasing them on upcoming flagships. Consumers first saw new features, such as USB-C, launched quietly on the enterprise-focused Galaxy TabPro S tablet, before it was introduced on the Galaxy Note 7. That feature is now expected for the Galaxy S8, which will be unveiled Wednesday. It will likely also be the power port for the Galaxy Note 8. The manufacturer also tested features such as expanded storage in a unibody design on the Galaxy A7 (2016), Galaxy A5 (2016) and Galaxy A3 (2016) before introducing the feature on the Galaxy S7 and later the Galaxy Note 7. That feature is also expected for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8.

While there is little known about the Galaxy Note 8 battery at this point. It is likely Samsung may not take too many chances with the Galaxy Note 8 power source. Recent reports indicate the Galaxy S8 won’t see a battery capacity boost, after the Galaxy Note 7. The Galaxy S8 is expected to feature a 3,000mAh battery, similar to the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S8 Plus is expected to feature a 3,500mAh battery, similar to the Galaxy Note 7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge.

Perhaps the Galaxy Note 8 also have a battery in the 3,500 to 3,600mAh range; however, it is possible that Samsung may feel comfortable with a power boost after testing larger capacities on devices, such as the Galaxy C9 Pro. The device is interesting, considering it features lower-end aspects, such as a Full HD display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 653 chip, coupled with its heavy RAM and battery capacities.

Still, the Galaxy Note 8 will likely be shipped in significantly higher quantities than the Galaxy C9 Pro. Samsung plans to implement a new eight-point safety check system on all new flagships, starting with the Galaxy S8. Samsung’s delayed release of the Galaxy S8 is also a testament to its commitment to ensuring its future products are safe for consumers.