Samsung has announced the start of massThe release of the embedded chip eUFS 2.1 (embedded Universal Flash Storage) for mobile devices, the capacity of which is 1 terabyte. This fact is in itself curious. But there is something else, the new version will receive the top version of the future flagship Galaxy S10 +.
In the production of embedded flash drive UFS2.1 volume of 1 TB uses 16 layers of 5-gigabit flash memory V-NAND. Disk space is approximately 20 analogs with a capacity of 64 GB. Places in the smartphone will take exactly the same amount as last year’s 512 GB modules, their dimensions are 11.5x13 mm. With such built-in flash drives, the need for microSD-cards simply disappears.
Moreover, Samsung's terabyte novelty canboast an incredible speed: 260 MB / s when writing and 1000 MB / s when reading. As the manufacturer assures, it is twice as fast as the 2.5-inch SATA SSD. eUFS allows the camera of a smartphone to record video at a speed of 960 frames per second.
According to rumors, the most top-end Galaxy S10 + with a price tag1600 euros will receive not only the internal memory eUFS 2.1 on 1 TB, but also operational 12 GB, as well as a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED-display with a resolution of 1440 × 3040 pixels and a top processor Exynos 9820 / Snapdragon 855 (depending on the region of sales of the smartphone). The official presentation will take place on February 20th.