The iPhone 7 launch which happened earlier this month on the 7th of September in San Francisco, gave us a detailed list of specifications regarding the latest addition to Apple’s elite list of premium smartphones. Even though almost the entire specification list was provided with the launch of the phone, there were one or two specification features missing, namely the RAM of the device and the battery capacity of the iPhone 7 Plus.
The iPhone 7 Plus is reportedly rumoured to be powered by 3GB of internal memory according to hit benchmarking website Geekbench as well as Chinese telecommunications certification site Tenaa. The sites are known for the accurate first-hand information they provide regarding the upcoming device, but we will know for sure when the device information is finally revealed by Apple itself.
A 3GB RAM is impressive considering the fact that the last elite device from Apple, the Apple iPhone 6 Plus features a 1GB internal memory specification. Although in the recent market of Android smartphones, a lot of manufacturers have been launching devices with a RAM specification of up to 6GB RAM but it should be noted that iPhones usually don’t require as much RAM as Android devices in order to run smoothly due to the optimisation of the devices with iOS. But in the end, if this rumour comes out to be true, iPhone 7 will be the first device to feature a 3GB RAM in Apple’s device line.
The iPhone 7 Plus is powered by quad-core Apple A10 Fusion processor and sports a 5.5-inch display with a resolution of 1080×1920 pixels with a pixel density of 401ppi.
The Device was available for Pre-orders starting yesterday, September 9, 2016.