Samsung Claims its Latest Mobile Memory is a Big Breakthrough
Muhammad Mubeen Javed
The South Korean tech firm has announced that Samsung has achieved a breakthrough in mobile memory. It has started mass-scale production of its 16-gigabit LPDDR5 mobile RAM chips.
Samsung has a habit of showing off its tech during the production phase. Aim to get people to hype about new upcoming products.
These chips are made using extreme ultraviolet lithography. Extreme ultraviolet lithography uses lasers and light-sensitive chemicals to etch silicon. this new technology may help Samsung overcome major development hurdles when it comes to scaling RAM.
The in-production mobile memory providing 6.4 Gbps of bandwidth. It is about 16 percent faster than the 12-gigabit chips seen before. As compared to the previous model, the 16GB package of chips is about 30 percent thinner.
This new memory production process will pose as an ideal candidate for flagship-class Smartphones even from its rivals. The Samsung Galaxy S21 may support the all-new 16-gigabit LPDDR5 mobile RAM. The Korean firm is planning to use the new memory in in-car tech.