It appears to be as though smartphone details look more like a desktop of in the relatively recent past. Samsung has announced its plans on producing LPDDR4 8 Gigabit DRAM memory module situated in its 20nm process, and says it will be prepared by at some point in right on time 2015. This means a chip that is 4 GB of usable memory, essentially double of what most leading smartphones have today.
In a blog post, Samsung states that because of an I/O (Input/Output) information rate of up to 3,200 megabits per second (Mbps), which is two times quicker than a common DDR3 DRAM utilized as a part of PcC, the new RAM module is equipped for supporting UHD (4K) feature recording and playback and continuous shooting of high-resolution pictures with in excess of 20MP.
“By initiating production of the 20nm 8Gb LPDDR4, which is even faster than the DRAM for PCs and servers and consumes much less energy, we are contributing to the timely launch of UHD, large-screen flagship mobile devices,” said Joo Sun Choi, executive vice president of memory sales and marketing at Samsung Electronics.
The new memory chip is additionally more power efficient as its working voltage was lessened to 1.1V from that of LPDDR3 memory chips, which makes the new Samsung chip the most minimal power memory solution accessible for large-screen smartphones and tablets, and superior system frameworks, according to the organization.
“As this major advancement in mobile memory demonstrates, we will continue to closely collaborate with global mobile device manufacturers to optimize DRAM solutions, making them suitable for next-generation mobile OS environments,” Choi added.