Nanya Technology said robust demand for gaming PCs and corporate notebook computers would support prices. Mobile DRAM prices are increase at a quarterly pace of 3 percent this quarter in tandem with weaker-than-expected demand for mobile phones in China, after the prices surged 5 to 20 percent in the final quarter of last year, TrendFroce said. Samsung is expected to produce more DRAM on cost-saving and advanced 18-nanometer technology, the researcher said. The South Korean firm commanded 46 percent of the world’s DRAM market last quarter. Nanya Technology is expected to see higher profit margin this quarter, compared with 38.9 percent last quarter, thanks to a faster-than-expected technology upgrade to 20-nanometer technology, TrendForce said.