If you have a Samsung smartphone with 4GB of RAM or less, you may soon receive an update to “expand” its memory. Brands such as Realme, Vivo, OPPO, or Xiaomi were among the first to adopt the virtual RAM system in their mobiles, as a way to “speed up” the operation of the operating system in a way, using internal storage space as memory.
The reception seems to have been positive. So much so that more and more brands decide to join and incorporate this function into their mobiles. Samsung appears to be the next to do so, and some of its latest mobiles, such as the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G, are already receiving the update that includes the “RAM Plus” feature.
RAM Plus: Galaxy A52s
At the moment, it has not been confirmed which Samsung smartphone models will receive the update with the RAM Plus function. However, early clues suggest that those models with 4GB of RAM or less will be the models eligible for the upgrade.
Broadly speaking, the function seems to be similar to what is already possible to find in other terminals of different brands, as it consists of a technique that takes part of the free internal storage space of the device, to use it as RAM memory and improve, in theory, its performance.
The update with the RAM Plus function has already started to reach Samsung’s mid-range, with the Galaxy A52s being the first to be updated with this feature. It is to be expected that, as the weeks go by, more and more models will receive the new version.