Earlier this year, Samsung announced plans to mass-produce 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM using its third-generation 10nm-class (1z) process technology in the second half of the year.
It will be mass-produced using the chaebol’s third-generation 10nm-class (1z) process node using extreme ultraviolet (EUV) technology.
Per the company’s executive vice president of DRAM Product & Technology Jung-bae Lee, the 16GB LPDDR5 will overcome a significant developmental roadblock in DRAM scaling and open new doors for the industry.
Let’s talk speed now. The new memory, according to Samsung, will offer the highest speed and largest capacity ever provided by mobile DRAM.
The 16GB package, in particular, can transfer 51.2GB of data in just one second. That’s the equivalent of transferring 10 5GB-sized full-HD content.
While it’s a given that the Galaxy S21 (S30) and the company’s other upcoming high-end handsets will feature the 16GB LPDDR5, Samsung has confirmed it will not just be limited to its own phones.
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