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OnePlus Ace 2 Pro brings a whopping 24GB of RAM to Android

With the announcement of the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro, there’s another Android phone on the way with more RAM than almost anyone could possibly need.

OnePlus Ace 2 Pro Paimon edition, showing Paimon, a girl with white hair and a red dress floating in the air surrounded by stars next to a black mobile phone with a large camera ring on the back.

OnePlus has launched the Ace 2 Pro in China, bringing big specs to a neat little handset. It has the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, up to 24GB of RAM, and mega 150W fast charging. Better yet, there’s also a tie-in with one of the best mobile RPGs (and favorite among PT), Genshin Impact, with a cute Paimon-themed box for the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro.

In terms of specs, the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro hits a lot of right notes. Alongside the chipset, RAM, and fast charging, there’s a 120Hz AMOLED that can hit 1,600 nits brightness, a unique cooling system with graphite and thermal gel, and various elements to ensure you’re phone stays connected. It sounds like it could be one of the best gaming phones on the market, assuming it receives a global launch.

The phone comes in grey or green, and starts at 2,999 Chinese yuan (around $410/£320) for the base 12GB/256GB model. If you want to max it out with 24GB and 1TB storage, that pushes it to 3,999 (around $545/£430). Oh, and for all you Genshin fans, the Paimon edition comes with a special glass table decoration, a themed case, charging brick, and phone stand, plus stickers and posters with Paimon art. It even comes with a Genshin-themed sim-card tool, which is ace. You can see all the goodies here.

There’s no info on a global OnePlus Ace 2 Pro launch as of yet, but we do have an unboxing that you can check out below.

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For more beyond the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro, check out our guides to the best Samsung phones, best gaming iPhone, or best iPad. Or, if you’re not sure which side of the fence you sit on, we’ve pitted iPhone vs. Samsung and iPhone vs. Android as a whole, so you can see who comes out on top.