Recently, OnePlus 3 was launched with 6GB RAM which was actual a breakthrough in technology world, considering a phone with 6GB RAM is uncommon but Samsung is going to make it common with Galaxy S9 release date.
Galaxy S8 the recent phone of Samsung Carries 4GB RAM, RAM of the type has not changed, it’s chips built on the first time we saw them a year ago, 20-nm technology. Peak data rate – 3.2 GB / s which can be considered a top speed of mobile devices in the next year, or even a half RAM up to 4 GB, in S8, Memory manager, which appeared in the previous generation and caused complaints of many users that it is unloaded from memory applications remained. But added mode of operation, in which the last application kept in RAM, unloads them only when necessary. That is, we got kind of mixed mode: until the memory is not required, it hangs the application, but as soon as it is needed, they go into the buffer. Hope to have plenty of RAM in Galaxy S9.
But because of the speed of the processor while downloading applications from the cache is reduced at least twice in S8, it seems that they hang in the memory. Visually, and feels it is a big increase in speed in this aspect. Looks like the developments are still going for Galaxy S9.
In 2015, Samsung refused to use Qualcomm in its flagship processors very heat issues and had a lot of flaws. In particular, it is the Snapdragon 810, which Qualcomm could modify only one year after the first samples. This processor and Samsung waived brought down shares of Qualcomm and even caused a wave of layoffs and reorganization of the chipset manufacturer for S8, so expecting another chip from Qualcomm for Galaxy S9, we won’t be wrong.
By 2016, the stereotype saying that the Exynos-options flagships noticeably worse than analogues at Qualcomm, often, it is not so, they were equivalent in terms of the average consumer. At Qualcomm is traditionally stronger than in their own solutions from Samsung, we are LTE-modems. In 2017, the difference is leveled even more as modems Exynos also received an upgrade, and began to work better. Whether they are inferior to Qualcomm? I think yes. Have you noticed the difference in real life? I think no. But changes will definitely be welcome in Samsung Galaxy S9.