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2012-01-13 01:59 PM
U MEAN ANTUTU BENCHMARK WAS WRONG BECAUSE THAT IS SAYING
TOTAL RAM 335MB.(IT HAS TO SHOW TOTAL RAM IS 512MB
177 MB USED BY PROCESSOR AND BIOS(SHARED) AND 335MB FREE FOR OS& APPS).
I THINK 1GHz PROCESSOR CAN NOT USE 177 MB OF RAM.I THINK PROCESSORS HAS ITS OWN CACHE MEMORY ALSO.
AM I RIGHT?
PLZ. DO NOT FRAUD WITH ME SONY.
2012-01-28 03:20 PM
EXPAMPLE : Well, if you have noticed.. any SD Card saying 2GB orGB or whatever, never comes with actual SAID memory capacity, it comes with 1.72 GB (2GB), or 3.8 GB (4 GB) something like that..
Its the same happens with these RAM & ROMs.. even in my phone memory was showing RAM = 338 mb, and ROM 380 mb.
and I had the same wuestion like you...
let me tell you now, I have rooted my phone and now i comes to know the real secrets of the system (hidden but used space and running service )
in actual my RAM = 480 mb and ROM = 498 mb.
making 480 + 498 = 912 mb memory, against 1 GB ( 512ram + 512rom = 1024 mb ) internal memory said by Sony Ericsson.
now read my example given above, its making conclusion friend.
2012-01-28 10:19 PM
thats not quite right - an SD card is like a hard drive, basically. The size advertised by the company
can be misleading for two reasons:
(1) The size given is the raw capacity, before formatting - simply formatting
the drive structure will reduce the space. FAT32 (normal for SD cards) is
relatively inefficient(NTFS is better), and takes up a percentage of the space
(2) They may be using a different method of calculating size. Techies (and computers)
see 1Gb as 1024Mb - companies tend to say that 1Gb = 1000Mb, so an instant loss
of 24Mb before you even format.