Faster memory will be coming to the Samsung Galaxy S23

19 January, 2023 Samsung

Faster memory will be coming to the Samsung Galaxy S23


Not all memory is equivalent. For instance for PCs, since two PCs have 16GB of Smash each and 1TB of stockpiling, it doesn't imply that they will perform comparatively on the grounds that for memory like Slam and capacity, there are various sorts of memory that can perform better compared to other people.


The equivalent can be said for our phones, so while the Samsung Galaxy S23 could not really be seeing a knock in Smash or capacity, they will in any case be updated regardless. This is as indicated by a tweet by Ice Universe who guarantees that the Galaxy S23 series will utilize LPDDR5X Slam and UFS 4.0 capacity.



For those considering why should this matter is and what the distinctions are, as far as Smash, LPDDR5X has a bigger information pace of 8,533Mbps versus LPDDR5 which has 6,400Mbps. The idea is comparative for UFS 4.0 versus 3.1, which is what the Galaxy S22, where UFS 4.0 has a bigger most extreme transfer speed of up to 23.3Gbps per path, twofold that of UFS 3.1, in this manner permitting more information to be perused/composed, making it quicker simultaneously.


Regarding how this affects the end client, essentially it implies that applications ought to send off quicker, more applications ought to have the option to remain open behind the scenes, and while taking photographs or recordings, they will likewise be saved a lot quicker to your phone's stockpiling. We don't know whether these distinctions can be genuinely felt in certifiable utilization, yet they're actually redesigns worth anticipating no different either way.


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