Samsung Galaxy’s RAM Plus Feature (RAM Expansion feature) Supported Device List

Many of the smartphone OEMs have introduced their own take on virtual RAM expansion so that low-memory phones can keep up with the ever-increasing demand by apps. This boosts the multi-tasking capabilities and keeps more apps cached for faster launch times.

So, finally, Samsung has found a way to increase your phone’s RAM for free. Well, don’t get too excited. It’s actually a feature called RAM Plus that the company is enabling in several Galaxy smartphones. The RAM Plus feature is like old wine in a new bottle because it is a rehash of the memory paging feature that already exists in Android and almost all other modern operating systems.

Samsung RAM Plus Feature

The expansion can increase the RAM capacity of the phone by as much as 7GB. This means that an average 4GB smartphone can get as much as 11GB RAM capacity. Furthermore, a 12GB smartphone can get as much as 19GB RAM capacity.

Samsung RAM Plus Available in these smartphones

  1. Galaxy A33
  2. Galaxy A53
  3. Galaxy A73
  4. Galaxy A52
  5. Galaxy A72
  6. Galaxy M32
  7. Galaxy A52s
  8. Galaxy A52 5G
  9. Galaxy Z Fold 3
  10. Galaxy S22
  11. Galaxy S22+
  12. Galaxy S22 Ultra
  13. Galaxy S21
  14. Galaxy S21+
  15. Galaxy S21 Ultra
  16. Galaxy S20
  17. Galaxy S20+
  18. Galaxy S20 Ultra
  19. Galaxy S10e
  20. Galaxy S10
  21. Galaxy S10+
  22. Galaxy Note 10
  23. Galaxy Note 10+
  24. Galaxy Note 20
  25. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
  26. Galaxy Z Fold 3
  27. Galaxy Z Flip 5G/4G
  28. Galaxy Tab S7 FE
  29. Galaxy Tab S7
  30. Galaxy Tab S7+
  31. Galaxy Tab S6
  32. Galaxy F62
  33. Galaxy Z Fold 2
  34. Galaxy Z Flip 5G
  35. Galaxy Z Flip 4G

The system allocates 2GB of the internal storage and adds it to the RAM when needed. So depending on your memory configuration – either 6 or 8GB, you get 8GB or 10GB of RAM effectively.

Samsung Galaxy’s RAM Plus Feature (RAM Expansion feature) Supported Device List

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