Recent rumors have promised that we’ll get 6GB of RAM inside the upcoming Galaxy Note 6, and Samsung just strengthened those claims by announcing a new 10-nanometer RAM chip that’s designed specifically for mobile devices.
Samsung’s new 6GB RAM chip, which utilizes the latest LPDDR4 technologies, is manufactured using cutting-edge processes that make it faster and more efficient than its predecessors. That means it’s ideal for smartphones and tablets, because it requires less power.
As noted by the reliable SamMobile, this is almost certainly the 6GB RAM chip that will find its way into the Galaxy Note 6. And according to recent reports, it will be accompanied by a Snapdragon 823 processor, and a 5.8-inch “Slim RGB” display.
Samsung is also said to be preparing a new S Pen stylus with new capabilities, like improved Screen Off Memo, and a more advanced S Note app.
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 6 around August, when the Galaxy Note 5 celebrates its first birthday. The company will be keen to bring it to market before Apple gets a chance to announce the iPhone 7 series.