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The latest smartphone with a RAM better than a standard laptop.

RAM is a super-fast type of memory that stores the apps you've opened since you turned on your phone.

That memory lets you return to an app you've previously used and pick up right where you left off, without delay.
Without RAM, apps would close themselves when you switch to another app, causing delays when you revisit one you've previously used.

The more RAM your phone has, the more apps it can store for quick access, which results in an overall feeling of your phone working faster.

A phone called the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition was recently announced and it has 10GB of RAM, a number that, for many, is just another confusing number.

But once and for all, we're going to explain what RAM is and why it matters in a smartphone. This post is a great place to start.

First, the name. You don't really need to know that "RAM" stands for "random access memory." But what you do need to know is that RAM is a super-fast type of storage — faster than your ph…