Samsung announced it has begun mass production of 1TB-eUFS memory modules for smartphones. Previously, this capacity can only be achieved with multiple modules or by expanding memory with a micro SD card.
With the new 1TB embedded universal flash memory, the smartphone will receive the same storage capacity as a premium notebook, according to Samsung, without the need for the user to invest in an additional memory card. Samsung says this is useful because, for example, users can store more 4k videos.
The 11.5x13mm chip is as big as the previous version of 512GB. It is a 1TB memory module consisting of sixteen layers of 512Gbit memory chips. The eUFS warehouse achieves a reading speed of up to 1000MB / s and a write speed of up to 260MB / s. The random reading speed is 38 percent higher than Samsung's 512GB eUFS.
On February 20, Samsung is likely to present its new Galaxy S10. It is not thought that the company also announced a more expensive model of this flagship equipped with the new 1TB eUFS.