Apple’s upcoming iPhone X is the most anticipated handset possibly of the year. What with its new design and striking screen, it’s sure to be a crowd pleaser despite costing $1,000. We pretty much know everything about the handset at this point, but some details have remained hidden up until now. Namely, the battery.
Over on Twitter, OnLeaks reports the iPhone X will ship with a 2,716mAh battery. This is ever-so-slightly bigger than what’s in the iPhone 8 Plus (2,675mAh) but still smaller than what comes in the iPhone 7 Plus (2,900mAh). Surely, the OLED display and more efficient A11 Bionic processor should help the handset earn its estimated two extra hours of battery life over the iPhone 7, but only real-world testing will determine this. Either way you put it, though, the iPhone X’s battery is small compared to what ships in modern-day flagships.
Additionally, OnLeaks says the iPhone X will come with 3GB of RAM much like the 8 Plus and 7 Plus. We’ll know more about the smartphone when it gets in the hands of customers this November.
— Steve H. (@OnLeaks) September 26, 2017