Samsung is to manufacture 1TB Chip for the first time in the world
Samsung has announced that 1 TB eUFS or embedded Universal Flash Storage chip will be launched for the first time in the world.
Samsung Electronics is the world’s foremost leader in advanced technical memory, and the industry’s first single terabyte, Ubuntu Universal Flash Storage 2.1, has been manufactured for the next generation of mobile applications. After four years the introduction of the first UFS solution, the 128GB eUFS, the much more sought after terabyte limit in the Samsung Smartphone, passed. Smartphone driven enthusiasts like the super Notebook will not be allowed to connect their mobile phone with additional memory cards.
Accordingly, they point out that mobile phone manufacturers have the opportunity to integrate through 1TB internal storage through a single chip to be released to the market.
According to Samsung’s memory unit vice president, Cheol Choi, the new chip will include the next-generation mobile devices like mobile phones and notebooks.
They said, Samsung has already built the 512GB chip, and this chip has been designed for 1000 times the reading speed, in seconds.
We can guess that this chip will be visible from the next generation of Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10, and this will also be an important feature, for ARM-based low powered notebooks.
In the future, Samsung has more than one terabyte storage capacity, faster than you expected. The technical giant has transmitted the first terrain, the terabyte – based Flash memory store for smartphones. The larger capacity is not required for company MicroSD cards, but mobile devices will provide a PC – type storage. It will be very useful if you use your phone to send photos and videos to videotapes. Samsung says it is enough to keep the video in 4K UHD for 10 minutes.
1TB eUFS also has a very fast pace. It allows users to transport multimedia content significantly in less time. The new eUFS, which is typically up to 1000MB to a second per second, will typically double the serial read speed of a 2.5 inch SATA solid-state drive. This means that 5GB sized Full HD videos can accelerate to NVMe SSD at five speeds, which is 10 times faster than an average microSD card. Moreover, the random rate of propagation is up to 50,000 up to IOPS. Random speeds allow you to shoot at a constant speed of 960 frames per second. Smartphone users can fully benefit from the multimedia capabilities of today’s and tomorrow’s premium models.