Samsung adds to the growing trend of expanding the memoria RAM of smartphones, and with its most recent update it allows the RAM of the Galaxy A52s, one of its most recent smartphones, to be extended by 4 GB.
SamMobile reports that the Galaxy A52s has received in India the update to the firmware A528BXXU1AUH9, which has among its novelties RAM Plus function. This feature takes storage memory and converts it to virtual RAM, allowing for an extra 4GB random access memory extension, going from 6 to 10GB of RAM on the Galaxy A52s.
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The site reports that the update with the new RAM Plus feature is only available in India, at least for now, but may soon be rolled out to other territories. Also, now that the feature has appeared for the first time and officially in the Galaxy A52s, It is likely to reach other Samsung smartphones, says Xataka.
Speaking of the Galaxy A52s, it is an enhanced version of the Galaxy A52 from a few months ago, presented a few weeks ago in countries such as India and Spain, with the Snapdragon 778G chipset as the main novelty.
Just as a reminder, we have already explained previously that RAM memory expansion in smartphones is achieved with the widely known memory allocation in computer equipment.
It is a trend that has grown little by little and that different manufacturers have adopted, as I live that has already integrated it into its series vivo X60 and vivo V21 available in Mexico, and others like Xiaomi that are developing the feature for future smartphones.