A few months ago, the Samsung Galaxy A52s was introduced with a feature called RAM Plus, which in simple terms, this feature makes it possible to use virtual RAM. . Now it looks like other Samsung phones will get this feature soon.
With the addition of this feature, part of the internal memory will serve as virtual RAM. The Galaxy A52 recently received the same feature through a software update. Galaxy Z Fold 3 users have also encountered this feature after updating their phone.
The beta version of One UI 4.0, which is based on Android 12, is offered for Galaxy S21 series phones, but this feature is in it. it is invisible. We have to see if Samsung will include this feature in the final version of One UI 4.0 or if it will be available to users through separate software updates.
Samsung's virtual RAM feature currently allocates 4GB of internal storage, and users can not disable this feature at this time. In addition, there is no way to increase or decrease this capacity. It should be noted that other companies that have provided such a feature have usually made it possible to increase or decrease the amount of virtual RAM capacity. That's probably why Samsung is likely to make it possible in the near future. See Memory section.
- Samsung RAM Plus feature adds virtual RAM to your Galaxy phone