Rumors of Samsung Galaxy Note 6’s internal hardware began to appear for months, but Samsung announced today a memory module that will surely be integrated into the new phone. The company produced the first LPDDR4 memory chip having 6GB built on a 10 nm architecture, thus exceeding microprocessors, which are currently built on 14 nm. Miniaturization will bring increased efficiency and improved speed.
The module presented by Samsung packs 6GB of very fast RAM. This confirms however the rumors about the Galaxy Note 6, which could be the first company smartphone having more than 4 GB of RAM. It will take up less space in the chassis, thanks to miniaturization, which in future will provide the opportunity to integrate more RAM on the motherboard of mobile devices. Overall, Samsung announces new components for smartphones, shortly before the launch of new models, a thing that happened recently in the case of Samsung Galaxy S7.
Other expected features for the Samsung Galaxy Note 6 are: a display that could measure even 5.9 ” in diagonal, a new S-Pen stylus, and a giant battery of 4000 mAh. It could also be the first company phone that adopts the USB Type-C standard, Galaxy S7 being currently the only 2016 Android flagship which was released having the old micro-USB plug.
The release of Galaxy Note 6 is expected within the Unpacked event which will certainly take place at IFA 2016 in Berlin, but rumors say it could be a little faster, ant the phone might surface in mid-August.