Samsung Galaxy S20 will have 12GB of RAM as standard

Samsung Galaxy S20 will have 12GB of RAM as standard

Samsung Galaxy is a series of computing and mobile computing devices designed, manufactured and marketed by Samsung Electronics. The product line includes the Samsung Galaxy S series of high-end smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy Tab series of tablets, the Samsung Galaxy Note series of tablets and phablets with the added functionality of a stylus, and smartwatches Samsung Galaxy devices use the Android operating system produced by Google, usually with a custom user interface(One UI)

Rumors had it what the Samsung Galaxy S20 will be on the inside, the flagship trio will have 12GB of RAM as standard.

The previous generation had 8GB for the most part, save for the top-specced Galaxy S10+ at 12GB. The Galaxy S10e even started at 6GB, though this year there will not be an “e” model and it seems it’s a proper step up rather than just a renaming.

Considering that the first 16GB phones are yet to appear, chances are that 12GB will be the only RAM configuration for the Galaxy S20 phones. Samsung may surprise us, but so far we’ve seen no evidence in benchmark scores of anything over 12GB.

The S20 phones will be powered by either a Snapdragon 865 or an Exynos 9830, depending on region. This year Samsung will reportedly use Qualcomm chips in more places than usual, however, Europe is getting Exynos powered phones.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 trio will be unveiled at the Unpacked event on February 11 in San Francisco.

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