The iPhone X has received some mixed reception ever since its announcement. There’s been concerns about the phone’s security with it Face ID recognition system that unlocks the phone when it is able to recognize its users face. Its $999 price isn’t helping things either. All of that early criticism was in response to the initial impression of the iPhone X. Now, we know know a little more about some of the specs that the phone will offer, like its battery size and its RAM storage.
Apple usually likes to keep quiet about those kinds of things, but China’s telecommunication authority has confirmed that the iPhone X will come with 3GB of Ram and a 2,716mAh battery, as it was reported by Steve Hemmerstoffer on Twitter.
The iPhone X’s RAM sees a 1GB increase over that of iPhone 8’s 2GB of RAM. The iPhone 8 Plus also has 3GB of RAM, but this pales in comparison to Android’s which usually start at 4GB of RAM.
However, the iPhone X has a 2,716mAh battery. It’s the second largest battery that Apple has ever put into an iPhone; the iPhone 7 Plus has it beat with a 2,900mAH battery. Apple claims that the iPhone X’s battery will “lasts up to 2 hours longer than iPhone 7,” but we’ll have to see if the phone actually is able to deliver what Apple promises when it is released.