The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, Nubia Red Magic 5S/5G, Lenovo Legion Phone Duel, Asus ROG Phone 3 and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G all have 16GB of RAM, which is a fantastic amount, paying little mind to how you dice it.

These models likewise run on the most remarkable mobile processor on the market, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 (or its marginally faster iteration, the 865 Plus).

The least expensive among them is the Nubia gadget, which accompanies 256GB onboard storage and is accessible for just $830 (£658.79/AU$1,176.07) at AliExpress.

Other than the reality it runs on Android 10, it shares a plenty of high-end features with the other 16GB cell phones, for example, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, 5G and a screen that goes past full HD.

While the gaming community is the essential crowd, the dangerous exhibition on offer with these gadgets might be utilized as imaginative mobile workstations (likewise to gaming laptops in the PC market).

What shape would that take? All things considered, Samsung has been a pioneer in mobile workspaces with Dex and almost certainly, others will emulate its example.

Effectively the absolute greatest inventive software sellers, most prominently Adobe, have begun to turn out applications (e.g Adobe Photoshop Sketch) that run on Android locally and would profit by a big screen. From that point, the opportunities are perpetual.

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