With the OnePlus 2 just being announced, you can expect it will have its rounds of testing. The OnePlus 2 will have two versions available, a 16GB and 64GB version with the 16GB having 3GB’s of RAM and the 64GB version having 4GB’s of RAM. In theory, either version you get will have more than enough RAM for the average user. Though according to Twitter user @iSubhamBapna, the amount of RAM actually available to the user is going to be less than usual because it appears the ‘System’ in the OnePlus 2 takes up a whopping 1.1-1.3GB’s of RAM. In comparison, my HTC One M9’s ‘System’ takes up about 800mb’s of RAM. Of course, for all we know what he’s using could still be beta software for the OnePlus 2, and the actual software that will be on the device once released could be different. Either way, definitely something to keep an eye on.
What do you guys think? Could this be a small problem, or is this much-a-do ’bout nothing?