Apple, as always, has remained tight-lipped about the full specifications of its upcoming iPhone X, which will cost $999 and be the company's first product to feature a bezel-less edge to edge display and facial recognition.
As has been the case over the years, the lack of official information from Apple has led prospecting fans to try and confirm details about the phone from secondary sources. In this case, as first reported by @OnLeaks, filings with the Chinese telecommunications authority, known as TENAA, confirm the device will feature 3GB of RAM and a 2,716mAh battery.
The amount of RAM on the phone is the same as that found on its less expensive siblings, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. It's less than most Android flagships these days but Apple's scrupulous control over the hardware and software aspects of each iteration of the iPhone help to ensure performance is comparable in every way.
The battery on the iPhone X is slightly larger than the one found on the iPhone 8 Plus, standing at 2,716mAh compared to 2,691mAh, respectively. That's not a very large difference but Apple does claim the iPhone X will last up to 2 hours more than the iPhone 7, which we'll be able to confirm when the device is launched this November.