Samsung Showcase 2005
Internal Memory Allocation (A900)
Menu> downloads> options> memory status
Only difference is the A800 is allocated for 6MBs of download space, which is not it's total onboard memory. Is this how you got to the menu item to take the screen shot on the A900? If so, it's likely allocated for downloads only.
It certainly is frustrating that Samsung still doesn't have true shared memory in most of its phones.
So, 30Mbs for Pictures, 20Mbs for downloads, and 70Mbs for music...equals up to around 130Mbs....
And Sprint is the one who wants these allocation provisions. Every Sprint phone has got them.
Partitioned memory is something Samsung and the Asian manufacturers have always had, just because they've generally been lazy about modernizing and standardizing their proprietary OSes.
It's Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, and Siemens that have made shared memory standard on their carefully-managed OS platforms.
Samsung has lagged on shared memory, although - thanks to competitive pressure from the European phone makers - they did implement it on their newest high-end GSM phones, such as the D500, E720, etc. They just haven't brought shared memory over to their CDMA lineup yet.
64MBytes RAM; 128MBytes ROM; 52 Mbyte total download capacity
I have no idea what that means so if anyone does please enlighten me
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