Samsung has wrapped up the 2016 Samsung Mobile Solutions Forum in Shenzhen, China. The forum was convened to share the latest technology trends and talk about the future development of trends, particularly in the semiconductor industry. Samsung unveiled its 10-nanometer LPDDR4 6GB mobile DRAM which is likely going to arrive in the Galaxy Note 6 first when the handset launches in August this year.
If rumors are to be believed, the Galaxy Note 6 is going to feature a 5.8-inch ‘Slim RGB’ AMOLED display with a Snapdragon 823 process under the hood coupled with 6GB of RAM. There’s also the possibility that the Galaxy Note 6 is going to feature an iris scanner. From the looks of it, the Galaxy Note 6 has a good chance of being the first consumer device from Samsung to feature its LPDDR4 6GB DRAM. It goes without saying that we can then expect this component to be used for the Galaxy S8 as well. Built on the 10nm process the 6GB DRAM should provide more power while consuming less energy, thus contributing to extending the battery life of the upcoming flagship. We’ve already told you that Samsung has started firmware development for the Galaxy Note 6 and that the handset is likely to arrive in August.