As smartphones get more powerful and more complex applications, phone memory gets more important. To that end, Samsung wants it known that if you buy a Galaxy S1
The company said it was about the RAM situation on the new models , Apparently some of the pre-release hardware showed "6 GB when it was checked in the settings menu."
Samsung's own website is feeding some of that misinformation, with its specs page not making it clear which versions of the phone get 6GB, 8GB, or a massive 12GB of memory. Galaxy S10e (the "e" stands for "essential") wants to get 6GB of memory-all the "regular" S10 and S10 Plus models at least 8 GB. Some versions of the most expensive 1 TB of Galaxy S10 + storage will have to be up to 12 GB.
8 GB might seem like overkill for a phone, especially considering that some laptops are still being sold with just 4. But mobile memory is a big deal, especially among those phone buyers most likely to pre-order new devices. One of the most common complaints about Google's own Pixel 3 phones is that they have "just" 4GB at their high price level.
Source: Android Police