Samsung One UI 5 Beta 2 adds a virtual memory switch that can be turned off completely

In October last year, Samsung launched the RAM Plus feature for its Galaxy phones , enabling it to allow the phone to get up to 4GB of memory expansion. After the One UI 4.1 update, RAM Plus supports optional sizes, but it still cannot be turned off.

Recently, Samsung has opened the One UI 5 test to users, and the Bank of China is about to start the test. According to blogger @i Ice Universe, Samsung One UI 5 Beta 2 has been pushed in South Korea, adding a RAM Plus switch, which users can manually turn off. 

RAM Plus works by using phone storage to expand the amount of memory, similar to how Windows allocates a portion of disk storage as virtual memory when physical memory is low.

However, for mobile phones with relatively large memory , this function is not perceptible, and will increase the read and write consumption of storage, so it is more appropriate to turn it off.

The Galaxy S22| S22+| S22Ultra users' experience of the One Ul 5 beta version in Android 13, which was originally planned to be held on August 25, will be postponed (it is expected to be adjusted to August 29). 

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