Samsung is on a streak here. After launching the production of 512GB eUFS 3.0 memory chips, the company is now kick-starting the production of 12GB DRAM modules for usage in smartphones.
They are based on the LPDDR4X standard and use the advanced 10nm (1y-nm) manufacturing process, which has been around since last year. Samsung achieved this by stacking six 16-gigabit LPDDR4X chips into a single compact package that also draws less power. The result is just 1.1mm thick module.
In terms of performance, the package can achieve 34.1 GB/s data transfer rate while maintaining lower power consumption due to the increase in DRAM capacity.
Expect the new chips to make their way into the next-generation high-end smartphones as early as this year.
I agree again however any delay is not good enough for me. Instant load or back to the drawing board.
The camera is one of the few apps that phones will generally pre-cache automatically.