When Huawei P10 was launched at MWC 2017 in Barcelona, everyone kept asking why the flagship does not have more RAM. Back then Richard Yu, COO of Huawei, said that having more gigs is like being at a cold war – you don’t exactly win anything, you only have some fictional psychological advantage.
That doesn’t mean the hardware specs race is over. Today we have the Honor 9, made by a company, which is a Huawei’s subsidiary. We have here the 64 GB model and guess what, it comes with 6 GB RAM.
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