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Samsung starts mass production of 12GB RAM for smartphones

14 March 2019 2

Samsung launched its new Galaxy S10 series line-up last month ahead of the MWC 2019 event. The trio flagship devices were unveiled alongside the Galaxy Fold, Samsung’s first foldable display smartphone and the Galaxy S10 5G variant. The Galaxy S10 series have up to 6 or 8GB of RAM, the 5G variant of the Galaxy S10 Plus supports a massive 12GB of RAM.

OnePlus had also unveiled a 10GB RAM variant called the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition smartphone. A number of handset makers will be launching new devices with higher RAM configurations over the next couple of years. To meet the demand South Korean giant Samsung has begun the mass production of high-capacity mobile DRAM with 12GB capacity for upcoming premium smartphones.

The company has announced a whole line-up of advanced memory smartphones which includes 12GB RAM and 51GB of eUFS 3.0 storage. The tech giant stated that its 12GB mobile DRAM can maximize the upcoming premium smartphones potential, and could help devices with five cameras and bigger displays, as well as those with AI and 5G capabilities.

These are the first 12GB LPDDR4X developed by Samsung by a 10nm process and is expected to provide more space for smartphone battery. It will deliver data transfer rate of 34.1GB/ per second. The 12GB RAM of the Galaxy S10 Plus was built on a 20nm process. the mass production of 12GB RAM shows us where the future is headed and we can expect more massive amounts of storage variant phones coming up in the coming months.



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