4GB DDR4 Mobile DRAM - New Announcement From Samsung

This new year gonna be more faster and more upgraded tech year. Thanks to Samsung, these guys are working hard on a DDR4 4GB RAM and has announced recently that its the first in world for a mobile having such powerful RAM. This is not only the industry first LPDDR4 mobile DRAM, but it's also the first mobile DRAM to fit such a high density (8 gigabits) on a single die. Four of those dies can successfully be combined for a total of 4GB of mobile memory - an amount that so far has not been achieved commercially.

Samsung 4GB DDR4 Mobile DRAM

Here's what Young-Hyun Jun, executive vice president, memory sales & marketing, Samsung Electronics said regarding the new product.
This next-generation LPDDR4 DRAM will contribute significantly to faster growth of the global mobile DRAM market, which will soon comprise the largest share of the entire DRAM market

The transfer speed of the brand new 8GB LPDDR4 DRAM chip is capable of 3,200Mbps per pin - twice your speed connected with currently created 20nm LPDDR3 DRAM.

Samsung in addition hints that the resulting 4GB GOOD OLD RAM modules will probably be included within "UHD smartphones, tablets as well as to their ultra-slim laptop computers, " which usually says something around the jump within smartphone screen resolution in the next 12 months. Perhaps even the impending Galaxy S5 may be one particular UHD smartphones.

Mind an individual, to utilize that kind of memory, the Galaxy S5 will be needing a 64-bit PC architecture. A valuable thing Samsung pledges it's 64-bit SoC will probably be ready with time for your phone's announcement (usually in the first 50 % of the year).

With their new inventions and research Samsung is telling that they will soon gonna dominate this whole mobile technology. Samsung team keeps on working on new gadgets and tech products and thats what a emerging company needs to do. With such dedication and great team Samsung is #1 in mobile/smartphone share.

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