Samsung begins mass producing 512GB eUFS 3.1 storage for smartphones

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Samsung starts mass producing 512GB eUFS 3.1 storage for smartphones
As UFS 3.0 storage commonplace has began to make its strategy to mainstream smartphones, Samsung has already began to work on the long run era. An official weblog put up from Samsung Newsroom has revealed that Samsung Electronics has began mass producing 512GB eUFS 3.1 storage chips (aka UFS 3.1) for smartphones.

The new commonplace is claimed to 3 instances as quick as 512GB UFS 3.0 storage by way of writing velocity. It has surpassed the 1Gbps threshold mark that makes it insanely quick. In comparability to a SATA-based PC and UHS-I microSD card, this velocity is twice and ten instances sooner respectively.

Cheol Choi, Executive VP of Memory Sales & Marketing at Samsung Electronics stated,


“With our introduction of the quickest cellular storage, smartphone customers will now not have to fret concerning the bottleneck they face with typical storage playing cards. The new eUFS 3.1 displays our persevering with dedication to supporting the quickly growing calls for from international smartphone makers this yr.”

With the introduction of 8K video recording on smartphones via Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 865 chipset and excessive picture file measurement as a result of bigger megapixel counts, Samsung is hoping that UFS 3.1 storage will clear up points associated to file switch ready instances. It says that the brand new commonplace gives 100,000 enter/output operations per second (IOPS) and 70,000 IOPS for learn and write respectively.

The group is at present engaged on 512GB UFS 3.1 storage however Samsung will additionally launch 128GB and 256GB storage variants. It has stated all these variants shall be made obtainable for “flagship smartphones that will be launched later this year”. It means it shouldn’t be shocking if we see Galaxy Note 20 marking the business debut of the brand new commonplace.

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