The ePlus 6 used in our test process is priced at $ 579, slightly higher than the basic $ 529 base model. For that extra mey, we're getting bumps in RAM from 6GB to 8GB, and flash storage from 64GB to 128GB. The iPhone X we compare is the base model $ 999 with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
For the price, the ePlus 6 has serious value. The mid-range ePlus 6 sports the same high-end Qualcomm 845 processor that is included in the Galaxy S9 for nearly $ 200 less. It is an eight-core processor csisting of four-core efficiency and four-core performance, running up to 2.8 GHz. In comparis, the iPhone X has a six-core processor that ctains four-core efficiency and two high-performance cores running at a slightly lower speed of 2.39 GHz.
In terms of graphics hardware, the iPhone X sports a three-core GPU designed by Apple, and the ePlus uses an Adreno 630 GPU – 30% faster than the previous model's 540.
The main differences between the iPhone X and the e Plus are the amount of RAM included. The iPhone X comes with ly 3 GB of RAM, less than half as much as ePlus 6. Apple's operating system is very efficient, but even with Android being more …