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I have discussed the pros and cons of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 ( details ), Galaxy S1

0 Plus ( details ) and Galaxy S10e ( details] ) but they have problems And now Samsung itself has revealed the biggest reason to ship them all in favor of the ( already exciting ) Galaxy Note 10…

 

  
   

 

 

  

   

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Samsung has announced mass production of the world's highest-capacity 12GB LPDDR4X RAM chips "optimized for tomorrow's premium smartphones". I know what you're thinking: Does the Galaxy S10 Plus have the top-of-the-range with 12GB of RAM? Yes, but the storage in that eye-wateringly expensive model is blown away by Samsung's new chips.

While RAM in the Galaxy S10 Plus is fabricated at 20nm, Samsung's new chips will be mass produced at just 10nm. Samsung states this will make them much more power efficient and – at just 1.1mm thick – far smaller which saves space (read: bigger battery). Moreover, Samsung reveals the module can run devices like more than five cameras, larger screens and 5G.

 

Surprise, surprise, Galaxy Note 10 will have a total of six cameras, an enlarged screen and 5G .

The first devices to feature the new modules will actually be Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G edition and the Galaxy Fold which launch in the next few months. But both phones will be produced in tiny capacities and cost close to $ 2,000. They're a non-starter for the vast majority of buyers.

Which makes the Galaxy Note 10 the real game changer. Samsung coyly reveals it will "triple the supply" of the new chips "during the second half of 2019" which is when economies of scale kick-in perfectly for the Galaxy Note 10's August release.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept by PhoneArena PhoneArena

And the new memory is just one of two knockout punches for the Note. Samsung will also equip that phone with UFS 3.0 which is twice as fixed and more efficient than the UFS 2.1 storage in the Galaxy S10 range (introduced back with the Galaxy S8). This creates a killer combo, if Samsung itself promotes:

"With mass production of the new LPDDR4X, Samsung is now providing a comprehensive lineup of advanced memory to power the new era of smartphones, from 12GB mobile DRAM to 512GB eUFS 3.0 storage," said Sewon Chun, Samsung's executive vice president or Memory Marketing.

All of which serves to make the Galaxy S10 range feel older than a week after their release. Given their 10th-anniversary status and dramatic redesigns, the seemingly bizarre Samsung would exclude both of its next-generation chips from range then launch them almost immediately afterwards.

This is the Galaxy Note 10 is in prime position to be Samsung's best ( and best looking ) smartphone or 2019. It's a no-brainer.

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I have discussed the pros and cons of Samsung's new Galaxy S10 ( details ), Galaxy S10 Plus ( details ) and Galaxy S10e ( details ) but they have problems And now Samsung itself has revealed the biggest reason to ship them all in favor of the ( already exciting ) Galaxy Note 10…

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept by PhoneArena PhoneArena

  

 

Samsung has announced mass production of the world's highest-capacity 12GB LPDDR4X RAM chips "optimized for tomorrow's premium smartphones". I know what you think: The Galaxy S10 Plus has 12GB of RAM? Yes, but the storage in that eye-wateringly expensive model is blown away by Samsung's new chips.

While RAM in the Galaxy S10 Plus is fabricated at 20nm, Samsung's new chips will be mass produced at just 10nm. Samsung states this will make them much more power efficient and – at just 1.1mm thick – far smaller which saves space (read: bigger battery). Moreover, Samsung reveals the module can run devices like more than five cameras, larger screens and 5G.

 

Surprise, surprise, the Galaxy Note 10 will have a total of six cameras, an enlarged screen and 5G .

The first devices to feature the new modules will actually be Samsung's Galaxy S10 5G edition and the Galaxy Fold which launch in the next few months. But both phones will be produced in tiny capacities and cost close to $ 2,000. They're a non-starter for the vast majority of buyers.

 

Which makes the Galaxy Note 10 the real game changer. Samsung coyly reveals it will "triple the supply" of the new chips "during the second half of 2019" which is when economies of scale kick-in perfectly for the Galaxy Note 10's August release.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 concept by PhoneArena PhoneArena

And the new memory is just one of two knockout punches for the Note. Samsung will also equip that phone with UFS 3.0 which is twice as fast and more efficient than the UFS 2.1 storage in the Galaxy S10 range (introduced back with the Galaxy S8). This creates a killer combo, if Samsung itself promotes:

"With mass production of the new LPDDR4X, Samsung is now providing a comprehensive lineup of advanced memory to power the new era of smartphones, from 12GB mobile DRAM to 512GB eUFS 3.0 storage," said Sewon Chun, Samsung's executive vice president or Memory Marketing.

All of which serves to make the Galaxy S10 range feel older than a week after their release. Given their 10th-anniversary status and dramatic redesigns, the seemingly bizarre Samsung would exclude both of its next-generation chips from range then launch them almost immediately afterwards.

This is the Galaxy Note 10 is in prime position to be Samsung's best ( and best looking ) smartphone or 2019. It's a no-brainer.

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