A boost in performance could be picked up by the forthcoming Galaxy S10 set to do so. This will have a high probability of happening if Samsung, the South Korean company, will introduce their latest technology into the next most improved flagship handset.
The “Industry’s First 8Gb LPDDR5 DRAM for 5G and AI-powered Mobile Applications” was announced by Samsung Electronics. The key to this technology is the company’s usage of the 10nm technology in this size. Samsung made a statement:
„The 8Gb LPDDR5 boasts a data rate of up to 6,400 megabits per second (Mb/s), which is 1.5 times as fast as the mobile DRAM chips used in current flagship mobile devices (LPDDR4X, 4266Mb/s). With the increased transfer rate, the new LPDDR5 can send 51.2 gigabytes (GB) of data, or approximately 14 full-HD video files (3.7GB each), in a second.”
Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus’ 6GB and 4GB RAM have the need to be revised as the premium option; the 8GB one made its way into most of Android’s flagships. After considering the significant memory, we made a deduction that the next Samsung Galaxy S10 and Plus version will have a way higher price due to this improvement of RAM. These new chips do no only come with the possibility to have more RAM memory, but they have other advantages as well.
Samsung Galaxy S10 High-End Specs
While waiting for the launch of Samsung Galaxy S10, we should wait patiently for the release of the upcoming high-end Samsung handset. On 9th of August Samsung will host an event called Unpacked which the public expect to be the moment when the Galaxy Note 9 will be revealed to the public. The retail debut of the phone is likely to be in three weeks post the presentation mentioned. However, the time for the manufacturing and design is too short for the smartphone to feature the new 8GB RAM chips.
Compared to Samsung Galaxy S10 ’s predecessor, this phone is said to be more capable and faster than the previous releases. It will not be hard to see a step up in RAM to 8GB in the user interface, but the battery will perform better thanks to the 10nm technology. It will also write and read times faster with added opportunities for learning and deploying an AI software without too much of an impact on the smartphone’s performance.
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