After announcing that it has developed the first ever LPDDR4 RAM, ready with 8 gigabit, double rate 4 RAM, reports are now claiming that Samsung could soon reveal the Samsung Galaxy S5 with 4GB of RAM and a 4K UHD screen.
Already releasing a number of technologies with 4K technology inside, its likely that the company will use their new technology to power these new displays on both tablets and smartphones, as well as allowing for faster applications, higher resolution display and a longer battery life thanks to the Low Voltage Terminal Logic I/O interface.
Samsung stated these possibilities in its press release, revealing that “with the new chip, Samsung will focus on the premium mobile market including large screen UHD smartphones, tablets and ultra-slim notebooks that offer four times the resolution of Full HD.”
They also revealed that the DDR4 RAM can also achieve 50% higher performance than DDR3 RAM whilst still using 60% less energy.
The newly announced chip was also built using the 20nm process, allowing it to offer 1GB on a single die, adding the largest density on a DRAM component to date.
Samsung says it will be introducing new 64-bit processors in 2014, bringing support for this new RAM.