4 GB RAM iPhone XS Max beats 10 GB RAM OnePlus 6T Mclaren Edition in Speed Test

When you are looking for a quality, smart built-in phone, every possible feature that the phone possesses various advantages. Gone are the days, when people used a button interface to perform the basic functions to access their phones.

But now, the touchscreen has come to change the trend set. This goes to show how technology has attained its vast growth exponentially with increase in years. Quite frequently, there is a lot of demand for the smartphone that chips in with advanced features.

The new OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition is indeed the most-sought-after android phones in the current market. With 10GB RAM and the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, it’s probably one of the fastest Androids and is the beast. But it was outsmarted by iPhone XS Max with 4 GB RAM in a speed test.

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There were reports of charging issues in the brand new iPhones of late and in addition to that, Apple ran through a bad experience as they got a weak response in India for the first time.

Apple iPhones miss out the trick on attracting the large sections of the cities in India. As per the detailed ET report, the sales of iPhone XS and XS Max were about 55-60% as compared to last year’s iPhone X in the first three days of the gadgets’ launch on Friday, September 28.

The report adds that this year’s iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max sales got off to a very slow start. Apple reportedly imported an overall 1,00,000 units of new iPhones for sale in India, distributing the stocks across all cities, in a bid to make sure that the sales would get off to a good start but little did they know that they would get a weak response from the customers across all the regions.

ET had an interaction with four large multi-brand retail chains and three Apple Premium Resellers (APR) chains across the country and the Senior executives in these chains said 40-45% of the stock was unsold in the opening weekends.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.