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Putting more RAM to a phone is not the solution

Galaxy S7 Edge

Putting more RAM to a phone is not the solution

For a stupid reason, phones are starting to overpower most computers. Don’t get me wrong. I have no problem with our phones becoming more powerful. However, the issue is that more horsepower means more energy which eventually prevents the battery life of our phones to be better ( not worse because we are increasing the battery sizes but still we cannot go further in terms of the battery life ). Anyway, as you may know, OnePlus introduced OnePlus 3 day after Apple WWDC. It is a $400 phone that comes with SnapDragon 820 and 6GB of RAM.

If you are one those people who think that greater the number is, the greater the performance, then you will argue OnePlus 3 will overpower each flagship phone in the market but you are wrong.

C4ETech made a comparison between OnePlus 3 and Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. Even though they have the same processor, OnePlus 3 comes with 6GB of RAM while S7 uses 4GB. However, this video proves that more RAM does not mean better multitasking performance as S7 won the race.

 

Jack Goodman

Founder & CEO of BrightTitan

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