Samsung has announced the first production of 4GB DDR3 mobile RAM. This ultra high speed RAM promises to deliver PC like performance, transmitting up to 2,133 Mbps of data per pin, on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Its a 20 nanometer class produced low power mobile DRAM that can provide support for high performance demanding multimedia features on next generation devices. Samsung says that when compared to the previous low power DDR3 30 nanometer class RAM, this new chip decreases power consumption by up to 20% and boots up performance by 30%.
This memory chip provides enough support to a mobile device that it can easily transmit three full HD videos that collectively total 17GB in length in one second. It also enables seamless playback of full 1080p HD video on smartphones that have displays of more than 5 inches. What this basically means is that high-end next generation devices will pack even more of a punch in terms of performance, when this RAM is coupled with quad or octacore processors. Samsung says that it has plans to increase production of this new 20 nanometer class mobile RAM later this year.
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