Samsung introduces new UFS 2.1 1TB internal memory technology for smartphones. Indeed, several reports indicate that the Galaxy S10 version will be equipped with such a capacity.
Samsung officially unveiled its new UFS 2.1 internal memory technology, which promises storage space for up to 1 TB for smartphones, twice as expensive as the most expensive Galaxy Note 9, but with a component of the same size (11.5 mm x 13.0 mm). The founder promises a sequential read speed of up to 1000 MB / s, a sequential write speed of 260 MB / s compared to 860 MB / s and 255 MB / s, respectively, for 512 GB of eUFS 2.1 memory in 2017.
Galaxy S10 + with 1 TB of internal memory
We knew the race for RAM or the old megapixel photo sensors, it seems that now we have the right to a place to store. If most users do not need such a large internal memory, some people may find this useful if they store photos and videos in very high resolution. With 1 TB, you can save, for example, 260 videos of 10 minutes at a resolution of 4K UHD 3840 x 2160 pixels. With 64 GB, only 13 of these videos fit.
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The South Korean manufacturer says that mass production has already begun. Therefore, the group will integrate its flash memory into its next flagship on time. And that's good, several messages say that a special version of the Galaxy S10 + will be entitled to 1 TB of disk space (also with 12 GB of RAM and a ceramic back panel). The 5G-compatible version of the S10, which probably will not be available in France, can also supply 1 TB of internal memory.