Samsung has developed a new industry first 8 gigabit (4GB RAM) low-power DDR4 memory chip for mobile devices, which could be found in upcoming smartphones, especially the Samsung Galaxy series and could be on other adapters.
Currently, only few smartphones boasts a 3GB of RAM such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Gionee Elife E7. In future, you could also see a 4GB of RAM on smartphones and tablets, but we don’t think the Samsung can insert the 4GB LPDDR4 RAM on the upcoming Galaxy S5 smartphones, as the release date could come at any time from now. Even, we also saw a benchmark test at AnTuTu, which showed the next flagship smartphone has the 3GB of RAM.
Samsung claims, with the data transfer rate per pin of 3.1 Gbps the new LPDDR4 memory chips can perform 50 percent faster than any available DDR3 mobile RAM along with consuming 40 percent less power. The Korean company said that the new RAM could be seen on next-gen mobile devices in 2014, which could possibly come in the second half of next year.