10GB + 12GB Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP Memory Details!

Samsung just announced that they have begun mass-producing LPDDR4X uMCP memory in 10GB and 12GB capacities!

Here is EVERYTHING you need to know about the new 10GB and 12GB Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP memory!

 

10GB + 12GB Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP Memory

The Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP memory is a UFS-based package that uses multiple LPDDR4X (low-power double data rate 4X) memory chips.

10GB + 12GB Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP Memory Details!

Samsung actually introduced a 12GB LPDDR4X uMCP memory about seven months ago. That package used six 16Gb LPDDR4X DRAM chips to achieve the 12 GB capacity.

Now, Samsung has a new higher-capacity 24Gb LPDDR4X DRAM chip – that’s 3 GB of memory on a single chip. This new chip uses the 1y-nanometer process technology, which can be either 14 nm or 16 nm.

24Gb Samsung LPDDR4X SDRAM

The new 12GB Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP memory (KM8F8001MM) combines just four of the new 24Gb LPDDR4X DRAM chips, and ultra-fast eUFS 3.0 NAND storage into a single package.

With a data transfer speed of 4,266 Mbps, or 533 MB/s, this new Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP is designed to support 4K video recording, AI and machine learning capabilities in mid-range smartphones.

Samsung also created a 10GB LPDDR4X uMCP memory package using two 24Gb DRAM chips and two 16Gb DRAM chips.

 

10GB + 12GB Samsung LPDDR4X uMCP Specifications

Features 12 GB Samsung
LPDDR4X uMCP
10 GB Samsung
LPDDR4X uMCP
Process Technology 1y (14-16 nm) 1y (14-16 nm)
LPDDR4X Capacity 12 GB 10 GB
Configuration 4 x 24 Gb (3 GB) LPDDR4X
+
eUFS 3.0 NAND storage
2 x 24 Gb (3 GB) LPDDR4X
+
2 x 16 Gb (2 GB) LPDDR4X
+
eUFS 3.0 NAND storage
Max. Transfer Rate 4266 Mbps / 533 MB/s NA

 

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