Samsung starts making 20 nm 4 gigabit LPDDR2 mobile memory

Samsung yesterday announced that they are entering into the mass production of 4 gigabit LPDDR2 memory for mobile devices. It’s the industry’s first module based on the 20nm technology. There are many significant means of this achievement. It means the memory modules will now be 20% smaller. So the hardware manufacturers pack in even more things in the limited space inside mobile devices. Secondly, due to the high density, 2GB of memory in mobile devices should be a common thing. So you can expect to see 2GB RAM more often on smartphones and tablets now.
Samsung Now Producing Industry’s first Highest Density Mobile LPDDR2 Memory, Using 20nm-class Technology
Samsung is expecting shipments of 4 gigabit LPDDR2 to take approximately 13 percent of the total DRAM shipments, 49 percent in 2013 and 63 percent in 2014, with 4 gigabit DRAM becoming dominant by the end of 2013.

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