The ZTE Axon 30 Ultra Aerospace Edition is an offshore device

The ZTE Axon 30 Ultra Aerospace Edition is an offshore device

Back to the phone itself. The Aerospace Edition comes equipped with the said 18GB of RAM but if for some unimaginable reason you fill that up, the phone also features virtual RAM. It will basically use some of the phone’s storage as a RAM extension, offering up to 20GB of RAM total!. And if you’re worried about this virtual RAM thing taking up precious storage space, the Aerospace Edition comes with up to 1TB of internal memory.

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  • Smartphones now have more RAM than dedicated gaming laptops, and we even saw a phone with 18GB of RAM last year, the incredible Asus ROG Phone 5 Ultimate Edition. With its latest over-the-top phone edition, the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra Aerospace Edition, the Chinese company ZTE is not matching this. This phone has some major Space connections, in addition to the crazy amount of RAM and the kickass name. The China National Space Administration’s success is commemorated by the ZTE Axon 30 Ultra Aerospace Edition. The country’s space programme has successfully landed the Tianwen-1 craft on Mars and runs its own Taingong space station. The ZTE Axon 30 Ultra Aerospace Edition is no longer available.

  • This virtual RAM trick will also apply to the non-Ultra, non-Aerospace ZTE Axon 5G – this model will also be able to hit 20GB with the help of 8GB of virtual RAM (in addition to its 12GB physical RAM capacity). The phone will go on sale in China starting November 25 but the pricing remains a mystery. The normal ZTE Axon 30 Ultra costs CNY6,666 (a little over $1,000), so expect the Aerospace Edition to top that.