Smartphone manufacturers have for some time now, put more of their concentration on Memory allocation and expansion. This feature has been beneficial for users who multitask and game a lot.
Memory extension option has become widespread that they are even available on budget smartphones. Some of these handsets come with 4GB to 6GB of RAM. While more performance-heavy smartphones come with 12GB or 16GB RAM options.
The major issue that users have faced is lags and other performance-related issues. However, smartphone manufacturers have been finding ways to rectify this issue.
Only recently, Vivo launched its X60 Pro+, which has a virtual RAM feature. Xiaomi is now believed to be working on a similar feature. A feature name “Memory extension” was found buried deep by tipster Kacper Skrzypek in MIUI 12’s source code.
A screenshot of this custom Android skin was shared as confirmation of the RAM extension feature that will be available on future Xiaomi phones. For some time now, this concept has existed on PCs.
We hope that this feature won’t be limited to high-end Xiaomi phones only and add it to MIUI across devices. The idea of memory extension is invaluable even to older phones with lower RAM capacity. It is vital for improving multitasking and being able to keep more apps open in the background.
Xiaomi is planning to introduce the latest version of MIUI in India in an exciting turn of events. This software update was announced earlier this year was confirmed to be on the next Redmi Note phone. And even though the name of this device wasn’t revealed, we suspect that it is the Redmi Note 10S.
Xiaomi even shared an image of the phone’s retail box, where we sighted the presence of MIUI 12.5 on it. As for the launch date, this can happen anytime soon.