Samsung, the industry leader in DRAM chips, may mass-produce LPDDR5T DRAM chips in the coming year.

Caught off-guard by competitors, Samsung plans to introduce an improved version of LPDDR5X DRAM in 2024.

During an investor forum in Hong Kong, Samsung executives disclosed plans for LPDDR5T mass production next year.

SK Hynix initiated LPDDR5T DRAM mass production, prompting Samsung to address the competition.

Despite being the global DRAM leader, Samsung aims to stay competitive with its upcoming LPDDR5T chips.

Samsung Electronics Vice President Ha-Ryong Yoon shared insights into the company's future plans at the forum.

SK Hynix's LPDDR5T has gained attention, with Chinese smartphone firms opting for it in flagship devices.

Samsung reassured investors, announcing an upgraded version of LPDDR5X DRAM set for release next year.

Beyond memory chips, Samsung plans to introduce detachable SSDs for automobiles in 2024 and GDDR7 VRAM for GPUs in 2025.

Samsung also teased on-device AI for smartphones, with its in-house Generative AI model, Samsung Gauss, serving as the foundation for upcoming Galaxy S24 features.