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Samsung’s latest innovation could have a big impact on upcoming phones

12
Mar
2014

Samsung on Tuesday announced on its blog that it’s now mass-producing the “industry’s most advanced” 4-gigabit (Gb) DDR3 DRAM memory which is based on a new 20-nanometer process. The new memory will be available for mobile devices and PCs later this year, Samsung confirmed, without specifying which of its upcoming mobile devices will get the new chips. “Samsung’s new energy-efficient 20-nanometer DDR3 DRAM will rapidly expand its market base throughout the IT industry including the PC and mobile markets, quickly moving to mainstream status,” Samsung Electronics executive vice president of memory sales and marketing Young-Hyun Jun said. “Samsung will continue to deliver next-generation DRAM and green memory solutions ahead of the competition, while contributing to the growth of the global IT

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