Rumors announced 1 TB on an edition of the Galaxy S10, Samsung has formalized this new storage a few weeks from the announcement of his new flasgship.
Samsung, which also designs dedicated storage components, has formalized its new eUFS solution. Universal flash storage flash produced by Samsung will now be up to 1 TB, and it is likely that Samsung Electronics is the first smartphone manufacturer to benefit from this new option.
The new 1TB eUFS 2.1 memory has the same dimensions (11.5mm x 13mm) as the 512GB memory and is achieved by combining 16 stacked layers of 512 Gigabit V-NAND flash memory and a dedicated controller.
Samsung announces some crazy numbers that should improve fast shooting and super slow motion (960 fps) of smartphones: up to 1000 MB / s in sequential reading speed and up to 58 000 IOPS in random read.
The company also announced that it will increase the production of 512GB eUFS flash memory at its Pyeongtaek plant in South Korea in the first half of 2019 to meet the strong demand for 512 GB memory. the world's largest memory chip maker, has posted record profits thanks to incredibly high demand over the past two years, but profits fell in the fourth quarter of last year due to lower demand.
Samsung Galaxy S10: expected for February
It is now very likely that the Samsung Galaxy S10, officialized in February, takes advantage of this new option. As a reminder, the Galaxy Note 9 can already accommodate 512 GB of flash memory in addition to a microSD up to 512 GB.
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