Maybe Galaxy S21 is the first phone equipped with DRAM LPDDR5 capacity up to 16 GB. The Korean tech firm announced that it had set up a new line at its Pyeongtaek facility. That wax beginning the world’s first 16 GB LPDDR5 mass production of DRAM.
This component will be mass produced on a third generation 10 nm (1z) process using ultraviolet technology. According to Vice President of DRAM Products and Technology Jung-bae Lee, 16 GB LPDDR5 marks a new step in mobile RAM manufacturing. It overcomes the barriers of increasing DRAM capacity and opens new avenues.
Samsung claims the new memory offers the highest speed and largest capacity ever available on a mobile device. The LPDDR5 on this process can transfer at a rate of 6,400 Mbs. Which is 16 percent faster than the 12 GB LPDDR5 memory available on flagships like the Galaxy Note20.
Manufacturing on a commercial 1z process also makes the LPDDR5 module 30 percent thinner than its predecessor. The smartphone will have more free space for other components, such as batteries. The new LPDDR5 manufacturing process can create a 16 GB package with just 8 chips.
It’s been rumored that the Galaxy S21 and Samsung’s upcoming high-end handsets will have 16GB LPDDR5 DRAM. In addition, this company confirmed that it is ready to provide other partners with the largest capacity and fastest mobile RAM module in the market.
With each generation, smartphones get more and more expensive, and users want to keep them longer and longer. However, that desire can vanish when you accidentally drop your phone. Unintentional damage causes the owner to break up with his favorite device.
Obviously these are not real-world situations. There will be many factors that affect when the user drops the device while using it. However, customers will be somewhat more secure and boldly spend $ 1,400 on Samsung high-end smartphones.