We already had several reasons to believe this, but now we can be sure of some technical specifications of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus not commented on by Apple in last week's keynote. Specifically, we are talking about two very important points: RAM and drums.
The confirmation of the specifications comes from China, or more precisely from a Chinese regulatory agency (equivalent to our Anatel), and was obtained from the website TENAA. Documentation from Apple's new smartphones reveals that the iPhone 7 has a 1,960mAh battery, slightly larger than the 1,715mAh cell that powered the iPhone 6s. In the case of his larger brother, there was also an increase: from 2,750mAh to 2,900mAh.
In addition, the documents also confirm suspicions that the iPhone 7 Plus comes with 3GB of RAM is speculated that too much to accommodate the demanding dual camera system, while its smaller brother remains with the 2GB of the last generation.
Another piece of information that is certainly not surprising at all is that it deserves to be mentioned that screen resolutions remain exactly the same: 1134 × 750 pixels on iPhone 7, corresponding to 326 pixels per inch, and 1920 × 1080 (Full HD) on iPhone 7 Plus, or 401 pixels per inch.
With the launch of the new handsets getting closer, there is little to find out if these improvements will translate into real benefits in everyday use. Stay tuned!