Many of us often overlook the significant role that our phone’s storage plays in making operation feel snappy. Faster storage modules bring about a great deal of improvement and are becoming increasingly crucial with newfound camera features like 8K video recording — requiring a large chunk of bandwidth, given the final size of 8K videos. Future flagships will be capable of handling such data better using eUFS 3.1 modules, which Samsung has recently started to mass-produce. Read More
The march of progress never stops. Just a few years ago, it was impressive for phones to offer 128GB of internal storage, and your next smartphone might have much more room. Samsung announced today that it has started mass production of its super-fast 512GB eUFS 3.0 flash memory modules, intended for use in phones and other portable electronics. Read More
With increasing capabilities such as 4K video recording, better processing power, and faster download speeds, smartphones are beginning to require more storage space. A few years ago, it was customary for a phone's base version to offer 8GB of internal memory. This figure has evolved over the years, with last year's Galaxy S9 offering a minimum of 64GB, and powerhouses such as the Note 9 having up to 512GB of internal space.
Samsung just revealed it's doubling this number, by announcing the mass production of a 1TB embedded Universal Flash Storage chip. The news comes in less than a month before the Korean manufacturer unveils its new flagship handsets, strongly suggesting a variant of the Galaxy S10 will feature it, as previous rumors had hinted at. Read More
Samsung is one of the best - if not the best - solid state/flash storage manufacturers on the planet. They make SSDs for desktops and laptops, flash storage for phones and tablets, and much more. Today, the company announced that it started production of 512GB eUFS flash storage chips, designed for use in phones, tablets, and other mobile devices. Read More