Windows Phone 'Tango' Would Be Easy On The RAM

By 06:55 Tue, 13 Jul 2021 Comments

The lower Random-Access Memory (RAM) footprint may be viewed as an attempt by Microsoft to create their mobile Operating System (OS) more compatible with cost-conservative phones.

In light of the current partnership between Windows and Nokia, it makes sense that Microsoft would want to improve Windows Phone Operating System (OS) amongst mid-tier mobile devices such as those offered by Nokia.

While official specs list 256Mega Bytes (MB) as minimum system requirement, most current Windows Phones utilize 512MB.

Another added feature in Tango is the ability to sort applications in folders on the start screen, which should create finding apps easier and the start classy screen less cluttered.

As we reported last month, Tango should go live in Q2 of this year.

We wonder if Windows phones with 256Mega Bytes (MB) of Random-Access Memory (RAM) would have to bear with some sort of compromises in the visuals or multi-tasking department to ensure the same level of performance.




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