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Samsung plans to bring phones with 256 GB on-board storage. Any user who has tried to update the iOS platform or get an important cellular game already knows the discomfort of reading the “not enough memory” message on their smart phone.
That problem might soon be a subject put to rest though, since Samsung is currently mass-producing the 256 GB included flash memory processor. Based on the second generation of UFS technology, the 256 GB processor enhances a 128 GB edition presented last year.
More compact than a regular microSD card, it is able to store almost 50 HD films and support serious multi-tasking. Among these, there is the capability to see 4K UHD video clips on a divided screen while looking for picture files and downloading videos.
Besides the storage space potential, the Korean giant is also offering speed. Its UFS inner memory manages up to 40,000 and 45,500 input/output functions per second in random reading or writing respectively.
This is more than twice two times quicker than the 18,000 and 15,000 capacities of the past models of UFS storage space, Samsung said. This, the producer added, is nearly double the speed of SATA SSD found in the latest generations of PCs.
With its huge manufacturing power of extra-fast UFS storage in order to reach the sector’s maximum potential, Samsung is making an important contribution to allow a more innovative portable experience for customers.
In the next months, they will improve the percentage of top-capacity storage alternatives, while continuing the development of the high-end storage market. These performances and power-efficiency benefits are mostly brought by UFS standard’s usage of Queue technologies, which improves the speeds of control performance in SSDs via a sequential interface.
This is considerably increasing the information systems’ rates of speed in comparison to the 8-bit interface-powered eMMC networks, as Samsung explained. Today’s statement comes only at a short time after Samsung revealed its leading Galaxy S7/S7 Edge mobile phones, but until now, neither gadget will be given in 256 GB editions.
As some experts point out, the company launched a 128 GB UFS edition of its Galaxy S6 in 2015, so perhaps it maybe it will follow the same strategy for the S7 models or even the Note 6 in fall. In Sept, meanwhile, the Korean manufacturer announced the new powerful DRAM chip able to deliver 6 GB of on board storage to mobile phones. It takes in 20% less power and is up to 30% faster than past storage chips from Samsung.
Image source: Wired
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