You will be surprised hearing that now you can store as much as you could in your PC, in your mobile, if you have Samsung’s new smartphone, because Samsung has brought the biggest storage power ever as a 256GB Memory chip in their new Galaxy S7 series.
Samsung said that the implanted chips depend on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard and offer speeds twofold that of SATA-based strong state drives (SSD) for desktop PCs. They also added that the new memory chip is equipped for supporting consistent 4K Ultra HD video playback on a substantial screen cell phone while multitasking.
What this basically means is a client could be viewing a 4K video in split-screen mode while in the meantime searching the web, taking a gander at pictures or downloading extensive documents out of sight, all without a drop in playback execution. This is all on account of enhanced read speeds that permit the chip to move information at up to 850MB/s. Compose velocities are lower at 260MB/s, in spite of the fact that Samsung takes note of this is around three times speedier than a microSD card. On account of USB 3.0 bolster, you’ll have the capacity to exchange a 5GB full HD motion picture onto your gadget in around 12 seconds, the organization figures.
Obviously, clients will have the capacity to stroll around with significantly more substance on their cell phones, as well. Samsung claims one 256GB UFS chip is sufficiently huge to store around 47 full-length HD motion movies. While that might seem inordinate, remember that the move toward virtual reality and 360-degree video will prompt a major knock away needs. Joo Sun Choi, EVP Memory Sales and Marketing at Samsung Electronics, said the organization was getting ready for an “outlook change” in the portable information storage market.
At what point this may precisely happen stays vague, nonetheless. Samsung presented a 128GB UFS memory chip for cell phones in February 2015, in spite of the fact that we’ve yet to see that emerge in this present reality, which means there’s no telling when we may be strolling around with 256GB of processing force in our pockets.