Samsung brings an additional 4GB of RAM to its Galaxy A 5G phone with the update

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A new trend in the Android camp will be joined by Samsung, which will equip its latest Galaxy A model with 5G support with virtual RAM. The new update for the Galaxy 52s 5G of 250MB brings it an extra 4GB of RAM.

The so-called page file or virtual RAM in the world of computers is nothing new, and some, mostly Chinese brands have recently started to thicken the working memory of their phones in the same way.

Samsung is now on that path as well. By updating for its Galaxy A52s 5G, it enabled the activation of an additional 4GB of virtual RAM, which should further improve the performance of that phone.

Recall this freshest member of the Galaxy A family is very similar to the Galaxy A52 5G and comes with a 6.5 ″ Super AMOLED screen in FHD + resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate and a 32MP selfie camera in the hole in the screen.

The rear carries a quad-camera with a 64MP main camera with OIS, 12MP ultra-wide, and 5MP macro and 5MP depth sensor.

It is powered by a Snapdragon 778 5G chip and 6GB of RAM in the base model with 128GB of data memory and a 4500 mAh battery.

Of that 128GB of data memory, this new update labeled A528BXXU1AUH9 will allocate an additional 4GB, as Samsung calls it, of RAM Plus working memory.

How much will this realistically improve the performance of this phone is hard to say before we try it live. Virtual RAM is by no means the same as the real one, but we guess there is more to it than a marketing ploy.

By: Olivia J. – Gossip Whispers