Samsung Galaxy Note 10 May not Use LPDDR5 12GB RAM


Samsung announced that they start to produce 12GB LPDDR5 RAM, which can meet the high-end needs for top flagship. It is said that Samsung LPDDR5 RAM will use the second latest 10nm process, optimizing for 5G and AI function including ultra-high analysis of video recording and studying, so that prolonging the battery life, its speed is up to 5500MB/s. which is 1.3 times (4266MB/s)of LPDDR4X.

It is said that Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be first to use 12GB LPDDR5, but Roland Quandt put forward the different idea. Today he claims at Twitter that according to Qualcomm specs list, Snapdragon 855 and Snapdragon 855 plus both will not support LPDDR5, so Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will not be first to use LPDDR5.

According to leaked information, Galaxy Note 10 will have two versions, Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9825 processor, the US version, CN version will come with Snapdragon 855 processor, the South Korea version will use Exynos 9825.

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In addition, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 has removed 3.5mm earphone jack, meanwhile, Samsung makes Type C earphone for Samsung Galaxy Note 10. that will be expected to come out. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be released in New York on August 8, stay tuned.


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