At the point when Samsung uncovered the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, it plainly intended to exceed existing standards. The new gadgets run Android 5.0.2, pack a fresh out of the box new 14nm processor, use LPDDR4, and highlight a discretionary bended screen with a 2560×1440 determination.
Initially, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge seem to kill background processes amazingly forcefully, notwithstanding when the end-client has barely opened any extra projects. Reports are coming in that the stage experiences two memory-related issues. The Samsung Galaxy S6 wins the introductory run, in which the greater part of the test applications are stacked starting with no outside help.
HTC One and the iPhone 6 beat the Samsung Galaxy S6 on a second outing through the benchmarks on the grounds that the Galaxy S6 is reloading each project sans preparation, while the other two gadgets have kept the information stored in RAM. Clients are reporting that this is an issue, even in normal use, with Chrome being murdered when you open an alternate application.
Android Lollipop does experience the ill effects of a memory break issue, however this issue doesn’t have all the earmarks of being identified with that one. Neither Samsung or Google have remarked yet, so its difficult to tell how boundless the mistake is, or whether there’s a timetable for a fix.