Today Samsung Electronics has made a very surprising announcement. A branch of advanced memories it launches massively produce LPDDR4X RAM memories for mobile devices (DRAM or. T Dynamic Random Access Memory) 12 GB.
They emphasize that this is in advance joins the current 512GB eUFS 3.0 memory, opportunity "increase the potential of devices that have more than five cameras and increase the size of the screen as well as artificial intelligence and 5G capabilities".
One explanation for not leaving is this This technology is based on the LPDDR4X standard and not in LPDDR5, announced three weeks ago. Similarly, it's also unusual to add 512 GB of internal storage capacity and not chip 1TB, which South Korea disclosed a month ago.
Samsung puts on 12GB RAM LPDDR4X
These 12 GB have been achieved »A combination of six 16 Gigabit (Gb) LPDDR4X chips based on the 10nm generation process (1-nm) in one package that provides more space for the battery of a smartphone ". Nevertheless, this product gets the final thickness is only 1.1 millimeters.
The company states that it achieves a The data rate is 34.1 GB per second, while reducing energy consumption.
In the picture above these lines, we appreciate a table with a kind of time frame for the development and production of various DRAM technologies from Samsunga. It covers from 2009 to the current month of February 2019.
Personally, I think this is a "covert" ad that will be (let it) Galaxy Note 10, or whatever it calls, come with these new 12 GB RAM. We'll check with time.