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Samsung is bringing its RAM Plus feature to mid-range terminals and flagships

In early September, Samsung launched an update for the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G that added a new feature called RAM Plus. This update provided Additional 4GB of virtual RAM using internal storage, just as we would do in Windows with the paging file.

Now, as we read in Phone Arena, it seems that Samsung will bring this feature to other terminals from different Samsung rangesprobably both to increase the performance of the terminals to compete with other brands that are also carrying out the same actions.

In this case, another of the terminals that are receiving the RAM Plus feature is the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, a terminal that is not at all lacking in RAM at the hardware level, so immediately one would not think that functionality of this style was necessary. However, Yes, the theory that Samsung does it to match other brands would fit.

In this way, it is possible that RAM Plus reaches other terminals such as the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 or Galaxy S21, as well as the future Galaxy S22, Therefore, it would be expected that the next terminals launched by the company will have enormous amounts of RAM.

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