Samsung has announced that it will be producing a mighty 4GB LPDDR3 mobile DRAM to further close the gap between mobile phones and computers.
It will be the world's first device doubling the company's previous 2GB LPDDR3 mobile RAM which was seen in the Samsung Galaxy S4 released last month.
The chip will give the device memory similar to that a desktop computer and not only double the size of the 2GB, but also reduce the size from 30nm to 20nm.
In a press release the firm's executive vice president Young-Hyun Jun said: “Our 20nm-class 4GB mobile DRAM provides another example of our ability to deliver well-differentiated, high-performance, high-density memory to customers in a timely manner.”
The new technology in the 4GB LPDDR3 DRAM chips means a 30 per cent improvement in performance and 20 per cent savings in power consumption.
It can also send data at up to 2,133 megabits per second per pin which is more than double the LPDDR2 chip.
Posted by Claire Marshall