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    Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    Available in capacities of up to 256GB, UFS cards should deliver significant performance boost.
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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    Just in time for Samsung Note 7. 512GB of storage in a phone yes please

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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    https://xkcd.com/927/

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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    What is the max read and write speeds of the current slots provided for SD cards? Will these cards be compatible with current slots and will the user benefit, or do we now have to get new devices with a "UFS" card slot to benefit from the extra bandwidth?

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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    To be fair, these are much much faster than SD. A UHS-3 full-sized card found in cameras can write at 30MB/s.

    Of course these will not be compatible. You will need new devices to take advantage of this format.

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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    Being a Samsung proprietary storage format, how will Samsung convince others to start using it's tech ?

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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    Quote Originally Posted by OilSheikh View Post
    Being a Samsung proprietary storage format, how will Samsung convince others to start using it's tech ?
    Looks like Samsung helped develop the standard which any company can adhere by to make their own brand of ufs storage.

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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    Good news.

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    Re: Samsung intros world's first Universal Flash Storage cards

    "A UHS-3 full-sized card found in cameras can write at 30MB/s." the U3 rating is based on a minimum write speed with a certain workload (similar to 256KB random writes). Some UHS-I cards can do the 90MB/s write, UHS-II cards can do over 200MB/s.

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