Here are the best 10 GB RAM phones you can buy in 2019

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May 20, 2019
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Back in 2018, the first phones featuring a massive 10 GB of RAM were launched in the market. Mostly, these phones are marketed as gaming phones. Although, even with 4 GB RAM, a smartphone can be a viable option for the gaming experience.

Which brings us to the question of whether there is even a need for such a huge RAM, but that question is for another day. For now, we have a list of some of the smartphones which provide 10 GB of RAM in 2019.

OnePlus 7 Pro

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The latest flagship Oneplus 7 Pro supports a variant with 12 GB of RAM. This is mostly for spec boasting rather than for any utility. Since every phone must have better specs than its predecessors, we get more of what we don’t even need.

Xiaomi Black Shark Helo

Xiaomi Black Shark Helo - TechJuice

The Oneplus may be a flagship phone, but the Black Shark is a pure gaming phone by Xiaomi. And not just any gaming phone, it is the best gaming phone out there. The 10 GB RAM variant comes with handy controller that gives a console gaming feel.

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OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition

OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition - TechJuice

You may be expecting that with the McLaren tag, this phone will have a price tag to match. However, it is even affordable for some at $700. That’s not too bad, special edition phones tend to cost much more.

The OnePlus 6T does not feature a McLaren tag just for good looks and exclusivity, it has a 10 RAM to match.

Mi Mix 3

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Xiaomi seems to be obsessed with making phones with monster sized RAM. However, unlike the Black Shark, Mix 3 is aimed at executives. It does have a price tag to match. The most expensive 10GB variant also comes with a 256GB storage. It is expected to cost around Rs. 68,000 in Pakistan.

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