Verizon’s Galaxy S20 has only 8 GB of RAM

Samsung’s smaller Galaxy S20 was launched on Verizon Wireless later this month, but with several big promises. The largest? Verizon’s Galaxy S20 spends great time on RAM without cutting the price for 5G connection.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series supports 5G connectivity but the larger S20+ and S20 Ultra basically support MM Wave 5G. The technology is accelerating as Verizon is expanding in the United States, and in most cases, it is crucial for operators to market a 5G smartphone by 2020.

Since the smallest Galaxy S20 does not support MMW, Verizon has decided to launch this series without any models. Finally, in June, this model made its debut, with MM Wave support on the railroad. It looks the same on the outside (exclusive color aside) but some changes have been made on the inside. For example, the microSD card slot has disappeared.

Also, Digital Trends has confirmed that the Verizon Galaxy S20 has 8GB of RAM. This is good, but less than 12GB to 4GB unlocked and powered with other carriers.

12GB of RAM is too much, of course, but without users saying anything it cuts to 8GB – enrolling on your Verizon device doesn’t mention any full memory, or seems like an insult to the price reduction limit.

The reason is only for mm wave radios, but the problem is here. Verizon’s 5W mm wave deployment is only available in some parts of the United States and yet it is still very limited in those regions. So it’s a place to give up 4GB of RAM… that’s not right. Samsung says:

The Galaxy S20 5G UWT was designed to meet the needs of our carrier partners and Galaxy fans. To help add MMWave components, we had to decide on some design and hardware to give the device a form factor and price point like other S20 models.

Users are also affected by this change. In regular S20 versions with 12GB of RAM, Samsung can provide users with three “pin” memory applications that will never stop. On the Verizon S20 it is limited to a single application.

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