According to the reports reaching us from our sources, the new memory chips produced by Samsung that the company only started mass producing not too long ago for its “next-gen flagship” smartphone devices are designed to solve the issue of battery drain via improvements in performance. It is good to have thin and portable phones but it is only normal to assume that users would prefer a smartphone that has a battery saving capacity.
To speak precisely, the second-gen 10nm (1y-nm) class 16Gb LPDDR4X (Low Power, Double Data Rate, 4X) Mobile DRAM chip is able to run on the current 4,226 Mbps data rate which is now obtainable on flagship smartphones everywhere. The only downside is that it does that with a decrease in power that is up to 10 percent.
It does get a little more fascinating when Samsung combines the chips, because in that way the company creates an 8GB LPDDR4X mobile DRAM package with the use of four of the 10nm-class 16Gb LPDDR4X DRAM chips (16Gb=2GB). Although this may be a bit confusing seeing as the text will appear as one of an obscure nature, be that as it may, the result will be a package that is efficient in terms of energy all round and even is 20 percent slimmer than the design that is currently in use.
According to Sewon Chun, senior vice president of memory sales & marketing at Samsung Electronics, the new energy chip “should first hit the market late this year or the first part of 2019.” This recent advancement in the Samsung chip lineup is a most important one as it involves an expansion in production of about 70 percent. According to our sources, the new memory chips would be making arrivals at a close enough time period to match with the upcoming Galaxy flagships except for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 which seems to be arriving later this month.