8 GB of RAM. Approximately so much now in many home computers. DDR4 while too expensive, updated early. But ASUS, which recently released a gaming smartphone, wanted to cram into another flagship 10 GB RAM and thereby all to do.
Roland Kwandt, a specialist on “iron” leaks, told Twitter about the company’s experiments with memory . According to him, a few months ago, ASUS engineers tried to place 10 GB of RAM in a smartphone, but they were prevented by the dimensions of the smartphone: the memory simply did not leave room for other important modules.
Why so much? Most likely, just for bragging by numbers, on what the gamer “iron” industry has already eaten the dog.