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Who’s who in the smartphone camera business

The smartphone camera business is undergoing another boom. We take a look at the biggest players in the market.
by Robert TriggsJuly 10, 201524

More UFS 2.0 memory handsets coming as SK Hynix begins production

SK Hynix has begun production of its next generation UFS 2.0 flash memory modules, which will likely end up in future smartphones.
by Robert TriggsJuly 9, 20155

Report: LG G2 will be the first smartphone with 3GB of RAM, followed by the Note 3

The upcoming LG G2 will be the world’s first smartphone featuring 3GB of RAM, reports a Korean publication. Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Note 3, could be next.
by Bogdan PetrovanJuly 3, 201327

SK Hynix announces 8Gb LPDDR3, world’s first, 4GB RAM phones later this year?

SK Hynix has announced the worlds first 8Gb LPDDR3 RAM chips for mobile devices, with mass production for 4GB RAM mobile devices set to start by the end of the year.
by Robert TriggsJune 10, 201315

DigiTimes: Samsung may experience in-house chipset supply shortage in 2013

Due to projected high demand for upcoming Samsung products, the company may experience a chipset supply shortage in 2013.
by Kyle WiggersJune 4, 20132

Are smartphone component shortages here to stay?

SK Hynix has become the latest victim of the component shortage problem plaguing the smartphone market, losing out on a contract with Samsung to supply DRAM chips.
by Robert TriggsMay 29, 201310

What if: Android device production in case of Korean war

An analyst says that a war in the Korean peninsula could seriously affect supply components for a variety of devices including Android smartphones and tablets. Read on to find out why!
by Chris SmithMay 2, 20137

Samsung can’t make enough RAM for its smartphones, component shortage looming?

Samsung, the biggest memory chipmaker in the world, admitted that it would buy DRAM chips from its rival SK Hynix in order to satisfy the demand generated by its booming smartphone sales.
by Bogdan PetrovanApril 26, 20135
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