While Apple often remains quiet about the hardware featured in its smartphones in terms of battery size and RAM, we now know that the tech giant’s upcoming iPhone X will include 3GB of RAM and a 2,716mAh battery.
This news stems from China’s telecommunications authority and was originally reported by Steve Hemmerstoffer (OnLeaks) via his Twitter account.
— Steve H.McFly (@OnLeaks) September 26, 2017
To put these new confirmed specs in perspective, 3GB of RAM is the same amount of memory featured in the iPhone 8 Plus and a number that’s typically below the RAM featured in most high-end Android manufacturers’ top tier devices. It’s worth pointing out though that iOS is a less resource intensive operating system and doesn’t require ample RAM to facilitate multitasking and running high-end apps.
The 2,716mAh battery included in the iPhone X, however, is a little more interesting. This battery is a little larger physically than the iPhone 8 Plus power source, which measures in at 2,691mAh, but still isn’t the biggest battery Apple has ever featured in an iPhone — that crown is still held by the 2,900mAh battery included in the iPhone 7 Plus.
Despite this fact, Apple claims that the iPhone X’s battery is capable of lasting ‘up to 2 hours longer than the iPhone 7.” Of course, as with all smartphones MobileSyrup reviews, we’ll have to get our hands on Apple’s high-end smartphone before passing final judgment regarding Apple’s claims.
For more information on the iPhone X, check out my hands-on with the phone.