30 January 2019

Storage Chips for upcoming smartphones, May Feature, Galaxy S10 Announced Samsung 1TB eUFS 2.1

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30 January 2019
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Just in time for the Samsung Galaxy S10 launch and the potential unveil of a Galaxy F premium foldable smartphone, Samsung has announced that it will massively produce an embedded 1 TB capability of eUFS flash storage chip. The storage capacity of smartphones and other devices without the need for removable memory cards will increase considerably. The previous Samsung 512 GB eUFS solution is double the Density. This is the same. In addition to its own flagship products, this company expects to have strong demand and sells its chips to other manufacturers of smartphones.

The 1 TB chip uses eUFS 2.1 and promises up to 1000MBps sequence, less than twice the standard SATA SSDs used for the notebook or desktop computers. The sequence speed is 260Mbps. Speed is measured. The random read and write speeds of up to 58,000 IOPS and 50,000 IOPS, which is 500x faster than the high performance of today's MicroSD cards, is claimed by the Company. These improvements are all made in November 2017 over the company's own 512 GB eUFS capacity. Samsung notes that high speed storage is essential if enormous amounts of data are continuously written, for example when recording videos at 960fps or simultaneously using several cameras.
In January 2015, the first UFS chips developed by Samsung had 128 GB of capacity. Ever since, the company has doubled capacity and increased speeds periodically. In 2016, the company also attempted to launch a removable UFS card to supersede microSD cards, but it has never caught up.

These new chips are the same as the last generation of 11.5 mm x 13 mm, allowing smartphones where each final bit of space is worthwhile. Thanks to the ability of Samsung to stack 16 V-NAND dies of its 5th generation, this leap in capacity is possible. Each die contains 96 layers of flash cells stacked in 3D. A new in-house controller is also available for the company.

In August 2018, when Samsung release Galaxy Note 9 ̈to 58,900 (Review), the Samsung was one of the first manufacturers to launch a smartphone with 512 GB of storage. The company was also in charge of adding a 512 GB microSD card for a total storage of 1 TB. The company is committed to increasing its production capacity in the first half of this year to support customers wishing to include these jets in their flagship phones of the next generation.

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