Samsung has kicked off the mass production of high-capacity 12GB LPDDR4X DRAM modules for high-end smartphones.
Thanks to the 12GB mobile DRAM, smartphone makers can maximize the potential of devices that feature more than five cameras and ever-increasing display sizes as well as artificial intelligence and 5G capabilities.More news: Jose Mourinho wants all-English ties in Champions League quarter-finals
The news follows an earlier announcement by the South Korean behemoth about the production of 512GB eUFS storage chips. "With the LPDDR4X, we're strengthening our position as the premium mobile memory maker best positioned to accommodate rapidly growing demand from global smartphone manufacturers", said Samsung VP Sewon Chun.
Depending on which Galaxy S10 you wanted to by, you could choose from as little as 6GB of RAM or as much as 12GB. The latter, in particular, will allow users to run three apps at once and seamlessly transition between form factors, and it can surely benefit from 12GB RAM support fluidity and open up multiple apps in succession.More news: Theresa May loses voice and vote
This capacity was achieved by combining six 16-gigabit LPDDR4X chips based on the second-generation 10nm-class manufacturing process into a single package, which provides more space for the smartphone's battery. The Ceramic edition of the Galaxy S10 Plus also has a 12GB RAM chip but it's based on LPDDR4 silicon which uses a 20nm process.
Samsung has indicated it plans to increase the combined supply of its 8GB and 12GB parts more than threefold in the second half of the year, 'to meet the anticipated high demand'. While the latter option is now only available for the most expensive Galaxy S10 Plus model, that high-capacity chip might end up in your next smartphone.More news: What RIFT? Katrina Kaif ADORES Alia Bhatt, heres proof