In recent weeks, the Asian manufacturer Ramos has released some renderings in which he showcases his next top of the range, the Ramos MOS3.
From the images that have appeared on the net so far, it is clear that it will be a smartphone from reduced thickness, in order to be aesthetically and ergonomically more pleasant.
But as always happens in these cases, several doubts arise regarding the battery, which could be sacrificed by this aspect.
However, already in recent days we have learned that the terminal will have on board a high density unit with generous dimensions, around the 4000 mAh.
In this regard, here is a day today official teaser of the company, which reveals the actual capacity of the Ramos MOS3 battery, that is, well 4100 mAh.
Speaking of the remaining specifications, it was assumed the presence of a display type borderless, but this detail has been practically denied by later renderings, in which we see a screen with fairly standard frames.
Most likely it will be a panel from 5.5 inches diagonal with resolution Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels and curvature 2.5D.
We can hypothesize the presence of a SoC MediaTek, probably a Helio P10 or even one Helio X20, flanked by 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal memory, the latter confirmed in some recent teasers.