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    Samsung intros 512GB eUFS 3.0 using 5th gen V-NAND

    Smartphone storage will be "20x faster than a typical microSD card". 1TB version on the way.
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    Re: Samsung intros 512GB eUFS 3.0 using 5th gen V-NAND

    I read about this like 3 or more months ago, its good to see progress and speed increases. But, when will this be used in phones is what I wonder.

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    Re: Samsung intros 512GB eUFS 3.0 using 5th gen V-NAND

    Quote Originally Posted by ETR316 View Post
    I read about this like 3 or more months ago, its good to see progress and speed increases. But, when will this be used in phones is what I wonder.
    Its not really relevant for the phones. I don't know which storage type i got in my phone but it is fast enough. And the phone have few years on the market already.
    Its good to see progress in storage speed all around.

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    Re: Samsung intros 512GB eUFS 3.0 using 5th gen V-NAND

    As the S10 is available shortly with 1tb I imagine it will be in that....
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    Re: Samsung intros 512GB eUFS 3.0 using 5th gen V-NAND

    They better find a way to fill up all that space, maybe they could add more cameras?

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