The industry’s first mass-produced LPDDR5-uMCP, used in mid-to-high-end smartphones. Starting this month, Samsung uMCP will combine LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 NAND memory to provide the highest performance, capacity and efficiency, and bring 5G functions to smartphone users.
Samsung Electronics, a global leader in advanced memory technology, today announced the mass production of the latest smart Mobile phone storage solution, based on UFS’s LPDDR5 multi-processor package (uMCP). … LPDDR5 DRAM is equipped with the latest UFS 3.1 NAND flash memory, which can provide first-class performance for a wider range of smart phone users.
“Samsung’s new uMCP LPDDR5 is built on our rich memory improvements and packaging concepts, enabling consumers to enjoy uninterrupted streaming, games and mixed reality on low-end devices,” Yoon said. G-soo Sohn, Vice President, Memory Product Planning Group, Samsung Electronics “As 5G-enabled devices become more and more common, we expect our latest multi-chip packaging innovation to accelerate the transition to the 5G and later markets, and with more The fast speed transition to contribute to our daily life Metaverse.
Based on the latest mobile NAND and DRAM interfaces, Samsung’s uMCP provides lightning speed and large storage capacity with extremely low power consumption.This combination will immerse more consumers in many 5G applications that were previously only available in premium flagship models, including advanced photography, graphics-intensive games, and augmented reality (AR).
Compared with the previous UFS 2.2 solution based on LPDDR4X, DRAM performance has increased from 17 GB/s to 25 GB/s, and the performance of NAND flash memory has increased from 1.5 GB/s to 3 GB/s. The new uMCP also provides more space for other functions by integrating DRAM and NAND into a compact housing of only 11.5 x 13 mm, thereby helping you make the most of the space of your smartphone. Samsung uMCP offers storage options ranging from 128 GB to 512 GB, which can easily adapt to the different needs of 5G smartphones in the mid-to-high-end market.
LPDDR5 uMCP has been tested by many smart phone manufacturers around the world, and it is expected that its uMCP-equipped devices will be put on the main market starting this month.