Samsung officially announces fastest ever LPDDR5X DRAM

Yordan, 18 October 2022

Samsung announced it is developing LPDDR5X as a natural evolution of LPDDR5, and today the company announced the DRAM chips have completed validation.

The new memory reaches 8.5 Gbps speeds, which is the industry’s fastest speed for DRAM. It comfortably surpassed the maximum speed of 7.5 Gbps that was achieved back in March.

Samsung officially announces fastest ever LPDDR5X DRAM at 8.5 Gbps

LPDDR5X technology is not new on the market, a bunch of smartphones even already adopted the platform, but the new memory will allow even higher speeds to be achieved with minimal internal redesign.

LPDDR5X's low-power consumption and high-performance levels makes it suitable for applications beyond smartphones - PCs, servers and automobiles, according to Samsung.

Samsung officially announces fastest ever LPDDR5X DRAM at 8.5 Gbps

Daniel Lee, EVP of the Memory Product Planning Team at Samsung revealed the joining efforts with Qualcomm on the development of the 8.5 Gbps LPDDR5X DRAM allowed the company to accelerate the market availability by more than a year.

Ziad Asghar, VP of Product Management at Qualcomm added, that the San Diego company is the first in the mobile industry to support the new speediest memory on its chipsets.



Reader comments

  • Bagorl
  • 21 Oct 2022
  • ykN

Samsung should stop manufacturing substandard mobile devices again. My experiences with this company have been nasty especially in recent times. I have been using Samsung mobile devices since the advent of mobile telecommunications in Nigeria. I star...

  • Anonymous
  • 18 Oct 2022
  • tEZ

yeah samsung will put it with ufs 4.0 later this blow iphone in the dust

  • SamsungFan
  • 18 Oct 2022
  • Ts6

They made the new technology! Awesome! Now just put it in the Galaxy S23 so people can stop complaining about it being nothing new! lol.. .. oh well, I guess this confirms that the jump in specs with the S24 will be quite big. Maybe I'll ...

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