Samsung has announced that it will mass-produce the world's first 512GB smartphone chip with embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 3.0 specifications.
The new chip could find its way into the Galaxy Fold and other emerging smartphones of the Korean Hardwaregigant, with read and write speeds comparable to ultra-fast laptops.
Already in 2017, Samsung debuted with 512GB of eUFS, but the chip had sequential read speeds of 860MB per second and write speeds of 255MB per second. The company's latest offering doubles its sequential read speed to 2,100 MB per second, and the write speed also increases to 41
Samsung's UFS 2.1 chips are only half as fast in January as the new 3.0 model.
eUFS 3.0 Chips
According to Samsung, the read speeds of the new chips are 20 times higher than those of a typical microSD card and even four times higher than a SATA SSD.
Cheol Choi, Executive Vice President of the Memory Sales and Marketing Company, said in a statement how his new chips could constrain the next generation of mobile phones: "
" Series production of our eUFS 3.0 series is "This is a." big advantage in the next generation mobile market, where we bring a memory read speed that was previously only available on ultra-flat laptops. As we expand our eUFS 3.0 offering, including a 1 terabyte (TB) version throughout the year, we expect it to play an important role in accelerating the momentum in the premium mobile market.
Samsung's new 512GB eUFS chip will hit the market this month In addition to a 128GB version, the company plans to produce a 1TB and 256GB in the second half of the year. Model to start.