Sources say that today the Samsung Galaxy F02s will go on sale in India in two versions: the variant with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal flash memory will cost $120, and the 4/64 GB model will be offered for $138.
Samsung Galaxy F02s smartphone will have a 6.5-inch display with a resolution of 720p, as well as a Snapdragon 450 SoC. The battery capacity will be 5000 mAh, while the power of the charger will be equal to 15 watts.
The main camera will be equipped with a main image sensor with a resolution of 13 megapixels, an additional 2-megapixel scene depth sensor and a macro camera of the same resolution will be installed.
The smartphone must be running the Android 10 operating system with One UI user interface.
Samsung has unveiled a 512GB DDR5 RAM module
Samsung Electronics announced that it is developing the industry’s first DDR5 memory using High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) technology. It is a technology using high dielectric constant dielectrics and metal gates.
The company has already expanded its portfolio with a corresponding 512GB DDR5 module. In this case, one module accommodates eight layers of DRAM chips with a density of 16 Gbit, combined through the technology of volumetric layout with interlayer connections (Through-Silicon Vias, TSV).
This memory provides data transfer rates up to 7200 Mbps, which is double that of DDR4. Samsung itself talks about the use of such modules in supercomputers and computations related to artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Also, the Korean giant notes 13% less power consumption of the new memory.
Samsung Display is the leader in the smartphone display market
The volume of the global smartphone display market in 2020 was $43 billion. In any case, this is exactly the value given in the Strategy Analytics report.
So, according to experts from Strategy Analytics, Samsung Display is the leader in the smartphone display market. It alone accounts for 50% of all revenue. BOE Technology is in second place with 15%, and LG Display is third with 8%.
2020 was characterized by an increase in the proportion of OLED panels. Such panels have already become commonplace not only in more expensive models, but also in models of the mass segment. At the end of the year, OLED panels occupy 60% of the market.
“We forecast that the display panel procurement by smartphone OEMs will be steady through 2021, driven by 5G and high-end display technologies. At the same time, we expect LCD displays to fall behind in share to OLED displays in the smartphone display panel market.”
According to previous reports, Samsung is also the dominant manufacturer of the Foldable screen market.