SohailSays, 08 Jul 2017OnePlus is turning out to be that one OEM which gained a lot of popularity in a small time and... more It is better to have some more compared to nothing or worse, omitting some feature such as audio jack IR radio fingerprint(sony) etc.
Even if the phone does not need that much of RAM, it will still improve the performance of the device a bit. So a person like me would still prefer a bigger RAM along with a better processor.
OnePlus is turning out to be that one OEM which gained a lot of popularity in a small time and had such a huge fan following but now it seems that OnePlus is fooling people.
It has Oxygen OS which is close to Stock Android and it doesn't even need 8 GB RAM to fulfill the requirement.
6GB is more than enough (at least with the Oxygen OS).
But nooooo, people are blindly following the route "The more the pixel, the better the picture" and "The more the RAM, the better the phone"
Lmao no! People, wake up!
Have some knowledge about how tech works.
Pete and Carl were like "Hey dude, you know what? Let us increase the RAM by 2GB and double the internal storage and then force our blind fans to buy it. Let's do it!"
Additional RAM is not to increase the loading time bro... Processor speed is the one that determine the loading speed while RAM is for you to do multitasking, if you open more apps on 4GB devices as compare to 8GB devices, then only you will feel laggy on the 4GB devices...