AnonD-433808, 10 May 20176gb RAM + 128gb memory = Dream Specs
> I believe Lineage OS is already there for Nubia pho... moreAsus Zenfone 3 Deluxe ZS570KL
6 GB RAM / 256 GB ROM = Dream Spec Resolved ^_^
Asus Zenfone AR
8 GB RAM / 256 GB ROM = Good Dream Spec Choice
6 GB RAM / 128 GB ROM = Better Dream Spec Choice
8 GB RAM / 256 GB ROM = Best Dream Spec Choice Resolved
Anonymous, 10 May 2017Sony flagships always seem a bit underspecced, but they are fully optimized, when running stoc... moreI don't see them become future proof with only RAM Capacity. Xperoa Z2 and Z3 are still top end performers today with just 3GB RAM
Anonymous, 10 May 2017Name an oem from whom Google took multi window and clear all option fromName a company that will bring Sony's audio features to an Android OS named "Android O"
6gb RAM + 128gb memory = Dream Specs
> I believe Lineage OS is already there for Nubia phones, might be useful in future.
This phone certainly has my attention, just wish the battery was bigger than 3000 mAh.
Well, it seems that it's not a joke that the ZTE Nubia Z17 will be armed to the teeth. If it will really be armed with an 8GB RAM, 128GB storage, SD 835, Android 7.1 Nougat and a dual-camera setup of 12MP, etc. It will be really fully armed (for war, meta..., Haha).
AnonymouseX, 10 May 2017Who needs 6GB of RAM that will not be fully utilized?
OnePlus, who has greater software tha... moreSony flagships always seem a bit underspecced, but they are fully optimized, when running stock software.
However, even with Sonys dedicated software team, official releases come to an end, and after 3 or more years the only thing that matters is if phones hardware can cope with custom roms of the future. And with 6 gigs of RAM, you are safe.
Of course, if you replace smartphones every year or two, you will be better of just buying XZs
Since it became a huge thing after the scandal of Samsung and Huawei, could you please add the type of storage in the datasheets ?
I just find it important to know if brands like ZTE or Xiaomi still use EMMC or UFS storage
Who needs 6GB of RAM that will not be fully utilized?
OnePlus, who has greater software than ZTE, can't even manage its full 6GB RAM with pure stock Android with sudden reloading of basic apps, even losing to an inferior-specced phone, the XZs. Not saying hardware is unnecessary, but it'll be useless if it will run on a power demanding software.
Name an OEM who helped Google with 30 feature enhancements and 250 bug fixes (!!!)