Samsung is now the first to develop an 8 GB Ram that will be the densest one that is currently available in the market. They say that this RAM will lower battery consumed by their smart phones by 40% and will also greatly improve the performance of the devices that will sport this RAM.
According to a press release statement from Samsung, The eight giga byte Ram is low powered DDR 4 DRAM for mobiles and will probably replace the LPDDR3 memory that Samsung is currently using some time on 2014.
Samsung says that the RAM will be a core component in their new Galaxy range of devices which is a good things considering this new rang of devices will include larger screens, with higher resolutions. They will also develop ultra slim notebooks and tablets with displays of 4K.
Samsung had also stated that the Galaxy S5 will be the first phone to port the 8 GB RAM, it will also have a 64 bit chip set. 64 bit phones seems to be getting bigger meaning that more devices will have increased RAM space ad the Samsung LDDR4 announcement has come at perfect timing.