Exynos 990, new 5G modem, 12GB RAM to debut on Samsung phones soon

by admin on Oct 24, 2019
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As far as significant announcements go, Samsung is practically done for the year. In a little over 3 months, nevertheless, it is anticipated to disclose its 2020 wager in the daily grind that is the mobile phone market. The Galaxy S11 has currently leaked in items as well as bits. Yet, Samsung itself may already be providing the bread crumbs that paint the image of a magnificent Next Galaxy that may finally see a long-overdue upgrade in at least one aspect.

At its own Tech Day 2019, Samsung revealed two vital silicon that perseverance its future smart devices, including potentially the Galaxy S11 and also certainly the Galaxy Note 11, if that will certainly still exist. There is, naturally, a brand-new Exynos 5G Modem 5123, which the company boasts is the first of its kind to be produced utilizing a 7nm process. Along with the room as well as energy-saving upgrade, the modem boasts compatibility with all modern network technologies, from 2G (GSM/CDMA) to 3G (WCDMA/TD-SCDMA/HSPA) to 4G (LTE) to both sub-6GHz and also millimeter wave (mmWave) 5G.

The chip that will undoubtedly power those phones, 5G or otherwise, will undoubtedly be the new Exynos 990 (yes, they have begun going down a digit). The highlights of this chip attempt to appeal to the most significant fads in the mobile phone market today, like the brand-new Mali-G77 GPU that promises the next level of mobile graphics, as well as the dual-core Neural Processing Unit (NPU) that would make it possible for offline, on-device AI functionality. It is created to work well with that said Exynos Modem 5123 and a whole range of mobile memory, sustaining approximately the fastest LPDDR5.

Samsung has, nevertheless, been typically stingy when it concerns RAM, leaping first to 6 after that 8 GB when a lot of its rivals already flaunt 12 GB. It is catching up this time however, with a minor catch. It has introduced its new ability to make 10+ or 12 GB mobile RAM yet making use of the somewhat older yet still present LPDDR4X technology. It does, nonetheless, combine that with its rapid eUFS 3.0 NAND information storage space for a unique mix.

Samsung states that the Exynos 990 as well as Exynos Modem 5123 are anticipated to go into mass production before 2019 mores than. No such assurance for the 12GB LPDDR4X RAM but, curiously, Samsung does hint that this high-capacity memory will also be available for mid-market devices.