OnePlus 5 challenges the top-of-the-range competition with its 8GB of RAM: new confirmations come from GeekBench
Over the last period, the attention of the smartphone sector has focused on those who are, and who will be, the protagonists of the mobile phone scene of this 2017 and, among these, we cannot fail to mention the Galaxy S8, LG G6 , iPhone 8 and especially overseas proposals such as OnePlus 5for which the date of 20 June 2017 has been indicated as an official presentation to the public.
The general hype generated around the next top of the range of the Chinese software house shows no sign of abating, and indeed leaves room for new considerations regarding the technical equipment to be provided at the end of the month. The media campaign and the continuous rumors are about to give way to a terminal for which, during these hours, the presence of an endowment of 8GB RAM memory.
The fact of adopting such a quantity of RAM memory is certainly not an absolute novelty in the context of the Chinese markets, but to think of having a terminal that expresses the maximum potential in the smallest footprint, and at a fraction of the cost of the market proposals. competitors, makes it very attractive to a very demanding clientele.
With a price list of around € 550, OnePlus 5 it could drastically reject the fate of a market it is experiencing and will meet high-ranking competitors. At the moment, it is not clear whether the list price refers to the Premium variant or the Standard version but, as we know, the manufacturer from Shenzen is famous for granting top-of-the-range terminals at competitive prices to say the least.
The well-known GeekBench portal, in these hours, reports in its database the reference to a terminal with 8GB of RAM and 64 / 128GB of internal memory space, which is accompanied by a SoC made in Qualcomm for the revisions of the processors Snapdragon 835 at 10 nanometers, the same used for the Galaxy S8 and S8 + Plus in the US markets. Power and performance guaranteed, therefore, for smooth and uncompromising multitasking.
At the moment, therefore, the only uncertainty hangs on what the list price will be in reference to the model considered. What do you think of the OnePlus 5? Is 8GB of RAM really necessary on a mobile terminal? Space for all your personal considerations in this regard.