There are already numerous rumors surrounding the Samsung Galaxy S10 and now a new one has popped up. Apparently, one or more variant of the Galaxy S10 might arrive with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 1TB of internal storage.

This piece of information about the Galaxy S10 was shared by MySmartPrice, citing Chinese website IT Home. It wasn’t specified which variant of the Galaxy S10 will get the high-end configuration, but what’s consistently being reported is that Samsung will introduce three variants of its upcoming flagship smartphone.

The 12GB RAM and 1TB storage configuration may sound a bit ridiculous. Currently, premium smartphones are only able to offer up to 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage, like Samsung’s own Galaxy Note 9. If users want to have 1TB of storage, they would need a microSD card to expand their device’s storage capacity. For comparison, Apple’s iPhone XS Max only comes with 4GB of RAM and its storage capacity is capped at 512GB. Meanwhile, the Google Pixel 3 XL only comes with 4GB of RAM and its native internal storage is limited to 128GB.

So, which variant of the Galaxy S10 will get 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage? The Galaxy S10 Plus appears to be the most likely candidate. This variant will allegedly arrive with a massive 6.7-inch display and a set of four cameras on its back. There’s also another wild rumor going around that Samsung is working on a “top secret” fourth variant of the Galaxy S10 that’s codenamed “Beyond X,” which will allegedly have a total of six cameras and have support for 5G networks.

If Samsung is indeed working on this mysterious “Beyond X” variant, then it makes a lot of sense for the company to put 12GB of RAM and 1TB storage on this premium, high-end model. However, if this fourth variant doesn’t exist, it’s very possible that Samsung could just put that RAM and storage option on the Galaxy S10 Plus. The other two variants of the Galaxy S10 are expected to have 6.4-inch and 5.8-inch screens, with the latter rumored to be a “budget” model.

The Samsung device that will have the massive memory configuration will most likely come with a very expensive price. To put things into perspective, Samsung’s 8GB RAM/512GB version of the Galaxy Note 9 is currently selling for $1,250, as per Android Authority. It looks like fans will have to spend more money on a premium Samsung smartphone if they wish to enjoy the 12GB/1TB configuration.