Samsung Announces 512 GB eUFS memory chips for Smartphones


The South Korean electronics giant Samsung has announced the first 512 GB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) which takes the same amount of space as the previous 48 layer 256GB eUFS chips.


Samsung claims that these chips will transfer a 5GB video clip to an SSD in about 6 seconds which is eight times faster than conventional type microSD card. The advanced eUFS can also read 42,000 IOPS and write 40,000 IOPS for random operations which is nearly 400 times faster than a microSD card.

Samsung is preparing to get high production in volumes of both 512GB and 256 GB V-NAND chips. If the production hits top not within a short span, then we could expect smartphones with these 512GB chips in 2018. These chips not only plays a role in a smartphone, they can also be used in Laptops, Tablets, Automobiles and other devices. The applications are wide due to the efficiency of this memory chips.Apart from these, if smartphone comes with 512 GB memory, it would completely be a nearby comparison to the entry level Desktops and laptops. Who knows, by the end of 2018, Samsung would also announce flagships with these high memory chips.


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Source: Samsung