• Galaxy S10 may include next-gen memory chips that are 1.5x faster

    5 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Samsung Galaxy S10+ concept render
    Way back in July, Samsung unveiled its next-generation LPDDR5 DRAM chips. These offer significant performance improvements over the current LPDDR4 chips but are yet to be used inside smartphones. According to one tipster, though, this could change with the Galaxy S10.
    When compared to the current-gen chips, the LPDDR5 standard brings a significant 1.5x performance boost to the table. This translates into a whopping raw data transfer rate of 51.2GB per second.
    On a day-to-day basis, this ...
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  • Galaxy S10+ to be Samsung's thinnest flagship in years despite large battery

    Galaxy S10+ to be Samsung's thinnest flagship in years despite large battery

    5 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ concept renders
    During the initial smartphone boom, manufacturers such as Samsung and Apple often touted the thinness of their flagship devices. Since 2015, though, device thickness has slowly increased in order to accommodate more components and bigger batteries. But with the Galaxy S10 series, Samsung could once again move towards a thinner design.
    According to tipster Ice Universe, the Samsung Galaxy S10+ will be Samsung's thinnest flagship in years. More specifically, the device will measure in at just ...
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  • Galaxy S10 to include next-gen memory chips that are 1.5x faster

    Galaxy S10 to include next-gen memory chips that are 1.5x faster

    5 monthes ago - By Phone Arena

    Samsung Galaxy S10+ concept render
    Way back in July, Samsung unveiled its next-generation LPDDR5 DRAM chips. These offer significant performance improvements over the current LPDDR4 chips but are yet to be used inside smartphones. According to one tipster, though, this could soon change with the Galaxy S10.
    When compared to the current-gen chips, the LPDDR5 standard brings a significant 1.5x performance boost to the table. This translates into a whopping raw data transfer rate of 51.2GB per second.
    On a day-to-day basis, ...
    Read more ...