iPhone X & iPhone 8 Plus to use 3GB RAM, iPhone 8 to have 2GB RAM

Alongside the iPhone X, Apple will also be unveiling the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus on September 12. The iOS 11 GM leak from over the weekend might have primarily spilled details about the iPhone X, but it also provided us enough data to give us an idea of the specs and features the other two iPhones will pack.

In case you are not interested in the iPhone X but in the other two iPhone variants — iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus — Apple will be releasing, check out their rumored specs based on all the leaks we have heard so far.

iPhone 8 Specs
IP CertificationIP68 Certified
Display4.7-inch LCD Display

True Tone Display

750 x 1334 resolution

3D Touch
Chipset6-core A11 Chip

4x low-power ‘Mistral’ cores

2x high-power ‘Monsoon’ cores
RAM2GB
Storage64/128GB
Biometric VerificationTouch ID
CameraRear:

12MP f.1,8 shooter

4K video recording @ 60fps

1080p @ 240fps

True Tone Flash

OIS

Front:

7MP

1080p video recording

Retina Flash


Battery19xxmAh
ChargingWireless Charging

Fast wired charging
ConnectivityLightning, NFC, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, LTE
OSiOS 11
FeaturesFaceTime, Apple Pay
As for the iPhone 8 Plus, check its leaked specs below.
iPhone 8 Plus Specs
IP CertificationIP68 Certified
Display5.5-inch LCD Display

True Tone Display

1080 x 1920 resolution

3D Touch
Chipset6-core A11 Chip

4x low-power ‘Mistral’ cores

2x high-power ‘Monsoon’ cores
RAM3GB
Storage64/128/256GB
Biometric VerificationTouch ID
CameraRear:

Dual 12MP shooter, 2x optical zoom

4K video recording @ 60fps

1080p @ 240fps

True Tone Flash

OIS

Portrait mode

Front:

7MP

Retina Flash

1080p video recording
Battery29xxmAh
ChargingWireless Charging

Fast wired charging
ConnectivityLightning, NFC, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, LTE
OSiOS 11
FeaturesFaceTime, Apple Pay

Like with the current iPhone 7 phones, the added RAM in the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X models is required to process data from its dual-camera system. As the regular iPhone 8 model is expected to have one camera out the back, it won’t need extra RAM.
It’s also important to note that increasing the RAM puts an additional burden on the battery.

 


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