Especially with smartphones with Android, the question of memory plays a relatively large role. You can even pretty well apply a solid rule of thumb here: beginners and those who prefer to use their smartphone primarily for making calls, Google Maps and other everyday applications, can currently be completely satisfied with 1GB. With a current operating system (Android 5.0 and up), you are solidly set up and receive a generally sufficiently sized device. We advise against using 512MB RAM, which is currently offered in the low price segment. The reason is a simpler one: Android itself already takes up some of the RAM, so that in the worst case, there is not enough "space" for more demanding apps. This slows down the speed of work, as content from RAM is stored temporarily in the much slower flash memory (ROM).


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