Most mobile phones in the recent times come with sufficient RAM to guarantee seamless multi-tasking and gaming. Indeed, even the budget smartphones accompany in any event 4GB to 6GB of RAM. More performance-centric ones have 12GB and surprisingly 16GB RAM variants. Yet, clients face slacks and frequently gripe about performance related issues. The smartphone OEMs are on a venture to come up with approaches to counter this issue. Vivo had added a virtual RAM feature on its as of late dispatched X60 arrangement and now, Xiaomi is accepted to be dealing with a comparable arrangement.
Xiaomi Is Working On The Feature For Its Smartphones
Xiaomi insider Kacper Skrzypek found references to a memory extension feature in MIUI. He even shared a screenshot of the custom Android skin to affirm the presence of this feature which can show up on future Xiaomi smartphones. The feature works like Vivo’s virtual RAM. What it does is it reserves some storage towards RAM to deal with multi-tasking. The idea has existed on PCs for quite a while. Be that as it may, even this feature has its limitations. The mobile device can allot just limited storage towards RAM.
On Vivo X60, the framework was equipped for elongating the RAM by 3GB. In this way, the 8GB RAM option would consequently turn into a 11GB RAM option while the 12GB RAM option would help convey 15GB RAM insight. Vivo noticed that the feature empowers a “smoother framework client experience, for example, multitasking between more applications. It will be a topic of interest to see Xiaomi saving this feature for one of its more premium smartphones or adds it to MIUI across gadgets. The last would profit a many clients with high-end Xiaomi smartphones. They will actually want to expand the telephone’s life and improve performance without spending on another gadget.
Strangely, Xiaomi is wanting to present the most recent version of MIUI in India. The software update was declared recently and is affirmed to run on next Redmi Note device. Xiaomi is yet to disclose the name of this device yet it is probably going to be the Redmi Note 10S. The smartphone producer shared a picture of the retail box of the telephone which affirms the presence of MIUI 12.5 on it. The mobile device can be dispatched in the country in the near future.