11 Smartphones (We Have Reviewed) That Have 6GB of RAM

More RAM, more life

While we put big importance to battery life and power-efficient processors, we should also give importance to RAM as well. Having more RAM would mean more memory for your apps, which means better multitasking and better overall phone performance. A higher RAM would mean a lot especially if you are running power-hungry games, and they complement with a good processor for a fuss-free gaming experience.

These days, smartphones have an average of 4GB of RAM onboard. However, that does not stop brands to take one step further and equip their phones with 6GB of RAM instead. Check out our list of notable smartphones equipped with an extra oomph of RAM. Do note that we only included those we have reviewed on the site, so if there are other 6GB RAM smartphones you can think of, do give us a heads up.


Doogee Mix

Having 6GB of RAM does not necessarily mean a phone should be expensive. That is the case of the Doogee Mix, as it has 6GB of RAM for Php 12,995. While we have mixed thoughts about the quality of its cameras, the Doogee Mix is no doubt an affordable alternative to the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2, which is also on our list.

Read: Doogee Mix Review: Mixed Bag

OPPO F5 Red Edition

While OPPO’s F5 was released with 4GB of RAM, we got confirmation that the Red Edition, which has 6GB of RAM, will be arriving at our shores real soon. The additional 2GB RAM would be a big help in improving the overall performance of the F5, which has earned a positive review from us.

Read: OPPO F5 Review: The Selfie Expert Has A New Trick Up Its Sleeve


Left: Meizu Pro 7 Plus; Right: Meizu Pro 7

Meizu Pro 7 Plus

Aside from sporting 6GB RAM and a flagship-level MediaTek Helio X30 processor, what makes the Meizu Pro 7 Plus (and its smaller sibling the Pro 7) is its secondary screen at the back of the phone, which is meant for taking selfies with the rear camera.

Read: Meizu Pro 7 and Meizu Pro 7 Plus Quick Review: Dual Rear Cameras, Dual Displays


OnePlus 5

At Php 24,990 for the 6GB/64GB variant, the OnePlus 5 is a definite flagship killer as it boasts of a flagship-level Snapdragon 835 Processor while having a high mid-range price.

Read: OnePlus 5 Review: Still A Potent Flagship Alternative


Xiaomi Mi MIX 2

While the Mi MIX 2 is slightly more expensive than the OnePlus 5, one cannot deny the beauty of the Mi MIX 2’s near-bezel less design, along with a ceramic back. It’s definitely a statement device for those who want an uber-stylish flagship phone.

Read: Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 Review: Tech Masterpiece But It’s Not for Everyone


Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro

If you fancy a Galaxy S8 but 1) Want a phone with 6GB of RAM, 2) find the Galaxy S8 a bit too expensive, or 3) Don’t mind not having an Infinity Display, the Galaxy C9 Pro is a suitable good alternative for Samsung loyalists who are a bit on a budget.

Read: Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro Review: Sayonara, A9 Pro?


ASUS ZenFone 4

While it does not boast a flagship processor, the ZenFone 4’s Snapdragon 660 processor can match some flagship phones, and our review says so. Paired with 6GB RAM, the ZenFone 4 is a smooth performer for heavy use like games.

Read: ASUS ZenFone 4 Review: Still Worthy Of The Name?


Huawei P10 Plus

While Huawei has released the AI-powered Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, this does not discount the fact that the P10 Plus is a great device that has 6GB of RAM onboard. Add to the fact that its Leica cameras produce stellar images, the P10 Plus is a great multimedia powerhouse even if it is close to a year old already.

Read: Huawei P10 Plus: The Upgrade You Deserve



While the HTC may be not as popular as other brands mentioned in this listicle, the U11 is also an impressive smartphone, with its gorgeous Liquid Surface back and an impressive camera.

Read: HTC U11 Review: The Best Camera Ever On A Smartphone?


Huawei Mate 10 Pro

If you are patient, you might want to wait for the Mate 10 Pro, which offers a gorgeous 18:9 display, along with an AI-equipped Kirin 970 processor. We have been hearing rumors about the Mate 10 Pro coming to our shores, and if Huawei decides to price it aggressively like what it did with the Mate 10, we will not be surprised if this will be the flagship smartphone to beat.

Read: Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review: The Best Mate Yet


Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Of course, this list would not be complete without mentioning Samsung’s tour de force smartphone for this year. While the Galaxy Note 8 is very pricey at close to Php 50K, the Note 8 offers the best features Samsung has in mind, from its dual OIS cameras, Iris Scanner, to a revamped S Pen.

Read: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Review: Is The Most Expensive Android Flagship Worth It?


What is your fave 6GB RAM phone from the 12? Comment down below!

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  1. Letv LeEco Le Max 2 Smartphone
    6GB RAM 64GB ROM
    Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 2.15GHz CPU.
    5.7″ 2560 * 1440px capacitive multi-touch touch screen
    Dual Cameras, 8MP front camera, 21MP back camera

    The best part? ? 12,299.00 at Lazada

      1. If it’s anything, I have the Letv LeEco Le3 X626, bought from Lazada since early November this year. Mediatek X20, 4GB RAM, 5.5inches FHD, 32GB ROM (sadly non expandable) and EUI based on Android Marshmallow (unfortunately and with no hope of upgrade).
        Price: P4,700. Is it a steal? Hell, yeah!
        Its cameras rival phones costing at least 5 times as much (Sony IMX sensor, forgot which one). It is snappy: Antutu score of 90k plus, if that means anything to you. Vibrant screen, fast connection, good sound, fingerprint scanner, USB C.
        I would risk promoting this brand, sorry, but the price to performance ratio is out of this world.
        The phone model you are eyeing should be much better, given its specs.

  2. For that price, bro, it is a no-brainer. Just go for it. I haven’t done geekbuying, banggood, aliexpress and the like, though. My only worry here is for a damaged / lost / different item and how to have it replaced. Lazada is fine with me. Perhaps you can educate me on buying items from geekbuying, etc.

    For *me*, GENERALLY I don’t worry about warranty and after sales service. These are just fluff emphasized by manufacturers to give you some sort of *peace of mind*.

    Smartphones are commoditized products that are bound to be replaced anyway, in what? 2 to 3 years? Pretty soon you will get that upgrade bug (GAS) again.

    I have my Zenfone 2 bought in June 2015. Sure it has warranty but did i use it? Nope. During the middle of this year, its non-replaceable battery developed a significantly shorter run time. But no worries, I just tether my power cable if I want to use it, however rarely because I love my new Letv S3.

    You can just give your old phones to other people, use it for CCTV monitoring, play music / videos etc. If it gets broken, there are lots of skilled phone repairers around.

    Are you in the habit of getting the latest Android features that you itch to have for each and every iteration? For *me*, these just complicate things. I need a smartphone just to surf the net, play videos, music and games, do social media and of course, call and text. But hey, that is just me.

    Good luck on your purchase decision.

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