On Monday, Samsung unveiled the latest smartphone in its Galaxy J lineup, the Galaxy J2 Pro. The handset was developed with the intention of succeeding in the areas where the Galaxy J2 (2016) didn’t hit the mark. To do this, the firm bundled an extra 0.5GB of RAM on the device and doubled the amount internal storage. It also integrated its new Turbo Speed Technology (TST) RAM management engine, which it claims is capable of loading “ applications up to 40 percent faster than a unit with double the RAM capacity.” Unfortunately, at the time of announcement, it was unclear how the utility functioned, but the company has taken to its YouTube channel to share a short video detailing what goes on when TST is running behind the scenes.
Check it out below: