Android smartphones have come a long way in recent years, with many devices now offering top-of-the-line specs like excellent cameras, powerful processors, and large batteries. However, one trend that has been gaining attention lately is the increasing amount of RAM being offered in Android smartphones.

Recently, we saw the OnePlus Ace 2 Pro with 24GB of RAM, and now there are reports that some companies are testing devices with 32GB of RAM. This is a significant amount of RAM, even for a high-end computer. So, why are Android manufacturers adding so much RAM to their phones?

There are a few possible reasons. One reason is that LLMs (Large Language Models) require a lot of RAM. LLMs are AI models that can generate text, translate languages, and answer questions in an informative way. They are becoming increasingly popular, and they require a lot of RAM to run.

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Another reason could be that Android manufacturers are looking to future-proof their devices. As smartphones become more powerful and demanding, they will need more RAM to keep up. By adding more RAM now, manufacturers can ensure that their devices will be able to handle the latest apps and games for years to come.

Of course, there are also some potential drawbacks to adding so much RAM to a smartphone. One drawback is that it can make the device more expensive. Another drawback is that it can also make the device hotter and consume more battery power.

Overall, whether or not we really need 32GB of RAM in an Android smartphone is a matter of opinion. Some people may find it useful for running demanding apps and games, while I find it overkill.

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