I currently had an s4 with 16gb internal and a 32gb microSD. I was thinking to get an s6 but refuse to buy a phone that doesn't support microSD. Now the s7 is here with 32gb internal and support for 128gb microSD cards. My current phone was too full to update apps despite not having many installed. I installed Link2SD, made a second 6gb partition on my microSD and transferred some apps over. This nearly doubled my capacity to install games which is great because it seems that with each update apps are increasing in size. Now I'm wondering how the unified memory in Android 6.0 works. I heard that it is only supported in a couple devices. Will it work likeLink2SD where you make a partition on your microSD or will it work like JBOD? I've heard many concerns about it. One that performance is much slower. It's easy to find a microSD with 80MB/s read but on some devices the speed is limited by the usb2 interface. Has anyone tried this feature and can expand on how it works and performs as well as its weaknesses and limitations?