Samsung’s DRAM and NAND integrated uMCP system will bring flagship performance to mid-range handsets
As a result, more consumers will be able to use 5G applications that were previously available on only premium, flagship handsets. These applications will include graphics-intensive games, advanced photography, and augmented reality. Helping to deliver flagship level results are a nearly 50% hike in DRAM performance from 17 gigabytes per second (GB/s) to 25GB/s.
NAND flash performance more than doubled from 1.5GB/s to 3GB/s compared to the previous solution which used an LPDDR4X-based UFS 2.2 package. Also exciting is the news that the integrated DRAM/NAND package fits into a small 11.5mm x 13mm space which gives manufacturers room to add other features to their smartphones.