OPPO R7s will have a 4GB RAM variant


OPPO’s R7s is set to go live on the 18th this month, but here’s some news heavy multitasks will like to read.

The R7s might not be the most powerful phone on Earth when it launches next week, but with the company releasing a 4GB RAM variant, it certainly won’t be a slowpoke.

It’ll come with an octa-core processor on-board, and with that, it’ll have either 3GB of RAM or 4GB. OPPO is believed to have plans to bring both, 3GB and 4GB RAM versions of the phone in the market.

Other specifications of the R7s include a 5.5-inch 1920 x 1080p Super AMOLED display, dimensions of 151.8 × 75.4 × 6.7 mm, a 13 mega-pixel rear camera, an 8 mega-pixel front facing camera, a 3000mAh battery and 16GB of on-board expandable storage.

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Of course, you will have to wait until the 18th for the specs to go official.

Word is that a variant of the OPPO R7s could have the MediaTek MT6592 octa-core processor, but given the success of the recent 64-bit MT67xx processor, that seems highly unlikely to us.

Something you can take for granted is that the OPPO R7s will have VOOC fast charging, which is something OPPO users have loved since the introduction of the technology.

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5 Comments

  1. Freeje
    October 12, 2015

    A 6592? Slowpoke indeed.

  2. MattD
    October 12, 2015

    Oh, c’mon, a 6592?! Who in the world is really believing that?!
    Rumors talk about a 1.7 ghz processor, and while we have learned that it is 6592’s speed, we should know by now that it can’t handle 4gb of ram…
    Moreover: how can it be an upgrade over the sd615?!
    I really think that the other soc running at 1.7 and representing an upgrade of the previous one, is indeed tha snapdragon 616!

  3. Stef
    October 12, 2015

    6592 is 32bit therefore no 4gb support. It will probably be/is 3gb.

    • David Košič
      October 13, 2015

      Actually 32-bit has a limit of 4 gb ram. If you want 5 gb of ram or more then you need 64-bit.
      It’s the same as on the pc side.

      • Stef
        October 13, 2015

        Parts of it is used on the OS level and/or by the GPU so practically 4GB is never truly usable on the user level. Even on PCs you never see more than 3-3.5 GB usable to the user. So to actually have 4GB and up you’d need 64bit