Apple launched its much anticipated flagship, iPhone 7 at an event in San Francisco. The company didn’t reveal much about the innards of the smartphone and focused more on the camera the new iPhones offer.
But thanks to a TENNA listing, it is finally confirmed that the new iPhone 7 Plus will come with 3GB of RAM. Apple has upgraded the RAM from 2GB found in the iPhone 6s. The standard 4.7-inch iPhone 7 comes will continue to ship with 2GB RAM.
The iPhone 7 Plus also differs from the standard version in terms of camera sensors. The Plus variant boasts a dual camera setup super high-quality photos that need more resources to be processed.
Talking of the specifications, the iPhone 7 Plus comes with a 5.5-inch LED-backlit IPS LCD 3D Touch display with 1080 x 1902 pixel resolution and is powered by a A10 Fusion chip with 3GB of RAM.
It runs on iOS 10 and packs in a 12MP dual camera setup. Te home button on the new variant is also completely redesigned and has Taptic engine. It is juiced by a non removable Li-ion battery.