Compared to other smartphone making companies that are usually known to emphasize on specifications during its launch events, Apple does otherwise.
For whatever reason, Apple never stresses on specs, design, and form of some of its flagship handsets ahead of launches.
Most often than not, Apple reviewers wait until rumors and hearsays die down before releasing any details about its iPhone devices.
According to one recent rumor, iPhone 8 is set to come with 2GB of RAM and 1821mAh battery whilst the iPhone 8 Plus will house a 3GB of RAM and 2691mAh battery.
Moving on, one report has just revealed the size of the alleged iPhone X, which is claimed to feature a slightly a bigger battery than the iPhone 8 Plus.
Interestingly, the iPhone 8 Plus is said to come with a 2675mAh battery that is contrary to what we saw on iFixit. The iPhone X, on the other hand, comes with a 2716mAh battery. While the battery may not be that big of a size, it’s vital to know that the iPhone X is slimmer than the iPhone 8 Plus.
Going by a listing on Tenaa, the iPhone 8 is fitted with a 1821mAh battery which comes as surprise, given its small size when compared to the 1960mAh battery offered on the iPhone 7. In comparison, Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus also brought the bigger-sized capacity of the battery that read 2900mAh.
Apart from that, the certification site also showed us what might be the actual sizes of the storage spaces expected to launch with the new iPhones. Based on the listing, the iPhone 8 packs 2GB of RAM leaving the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X with 3GB of RAM speed.