We find that it is common for the phone manufacturers to increase the capacity of their new models for some time, and that their high-end devices now have a standard version with a storage space of at least 64 GB but for their very expensive and average smartphones does not apply the same way, we see available internal memories of 16 GB or 32 GB. But no problem for those who do not have enough space because it is said that Google is working on a new feature that will allow Android to classify applications as inactive and therefore not to create cache files for these particular applications. The system will consider an application as “inactive” if it has been in use for a long time and if the application package is not being used by another apppack in the background.
These applications labeled “inactive” do not contain temporary memory files. They will therefore reduce the amount of space occupied and therefore leave a lot of GB to better use them yourself. If this brings a real benefit to this new Google change, we will look at it in the long run and it remains to be seen if the OEMs will activate this feature on their devices and will probably be something that will be included in Android Oreo 8.1.
Just wait for our devices to be upgraded to the new version of the platform, because most are just tests and there are very few Android smartphones Oreo, and we will give our opinion on this new feature when we go to the Oreo version 8.1.