Galaxy S6 reportedly on overkill when managing its RAM

Samsung really needed for people to love using the Galaxy S6 just as much as holding it, and the company clarified that it made significant investments in removing the bloat and the excess distractions from its new TouchWiz UI. One important way to improve this experience was to also launch the Galaxy S6 with the latest and greatest memory options, and its 3GB of DDR4 RAM speak highly of it. You’d think that there should be no complaints about all this, but it seems that there is.

User forums have begun to complain that Samsung’s RAM management exaggerates its chore a little. Instead of allowing users to make the most out of multitasking with all the RAM, users are complaining of apps being closed too aggressively, which in turn requires for the app to refresh when launched again, and leading to a cumbersome experience. It’s hard to confirm if this only applies to a certain amount Galaxy S6 units, but this is kind of a subjective topic that could be negative for some or positive for others.

Samsung hasn’t provided any information on the topic, but keep an eye on software updates, as these might fix the issue for some.

Source: XDA-Developers
Via: Phone Arena

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