In June, Oppo launched the Find X Android smartphone that featured a sliding mechanism for its pop-up cameras. Now it looks like the company is planning to release a new version of the Oppo Find X with 10GB of RAM.

Notorious Twitter leaker Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) revealed that the 10GB RAM version of the Oppo Find X has already been certified by TENAA, the Chinese counterpart of the U.S. FCC. The TENAA listing shows that the upcoming variant of the Oppo Find X will arrive with 10GB of RAM and 256GB of onboard storage.

As a refresher, the Oppo Find X launched earlier this year powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. This variant has already received a lot of praise for delivering high quality performance, so why does Oppo want to add another 2GB of RAM to an already powerful smartphone?

In Android Authority’s review of the 8GB RAM Oppo Find X, they found that it had poor RAM management. It’s possible that Oppo’s solution to this issue is to simply add more memory. As for overall performance, it’s difficult to say for certain if users will even feel a difference in real-world use.

Even if it doesn’t make a huge difference, packing 10GB of RAM in a smartphone is impressive on its own. When this variant of the Oppo Find X is released, it will be the very first smartphone ever to come with that RAM size. For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy S9 comes with 4GB of RAM, while the Galaxy Note 9 comes with 6GB/8GB of RAM. Apple’s newly released iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max both have 4GB of RAM, while the upcoming iPhone XR will only come with 3GB of RAM.

Although 10GB of RAM may seem like overkill, this should please a lot of power users, as pointed out by Phone Arena. Unfortunately, it looks like this version of the Oppo Find X will only be officially released in China. No release date has been revealed yet, but if it’s already been certified by TENAA then its release is imminent.