Originally Posted by MrColdbird
That's a different issue I would say.
The services occupying the ram should give up caching memory once a newcomer requires ram.
This changes nothing about the fact that, if it's done right, caching is the way to go.
Probably a bugged software component rather than an broken ideal.
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after 2-3 days of use, i find that the free (unused) RAM are actually not a problem, doesn't matter there is 300MB left or 600MB left, i can hardly tell the difference. but the most important thing is, the experience is very smooth and running well, no laggy. i'm actually very impressed. i think OPPO did a great job on managing background apps and optimizing user experience on the find 7a here!