Being a South Korean multinational electronics company, Samsung has created a buzz in the market with its products. Samsung believe in creating a future with the principle that defines their vision for the future Samsung products. They devote their superior technology and human resources to create a notable products and outstanding services. Samsung has developed itself to be the world leader in advanced memory technology.

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In today’s world, it’s common with the smartphones featuring 64GB, 128GB or even 256GB of internal storage. But, this time it’s a bit different. Samsung is soon going to provide its smartphones and tablets with the first ever 512 gigabyte (GB) embedded Universal Flash Storage solution (eUFS) for its next generation mobile devices. The company announced on 5th December that it has officially began the mass production on a 512GB embedded Universal Flash Storage chip and it will be the first ever in the mobile industry. This move will definitely change the company’s current place in the market and double the current memory of its flagship devices acquiring a place in customer’s heart.

The new 512GB eUFS package will be providing unparalleled storage capacity with an outstanding performance in its new flagship mobile phones and tablets.

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According to the Jaesoo Han, executive vice president of memory sales and marketing at Samsung electronics said, “by assuring an early, stable supply of this advanced embedded storage, Samsung is taking a big step forward in contributing to timely launched of the next-generation mobile devices by mobile manufacturers around the world.” The company doubled the density of the Samsung devices from previous 48-layer V-NAND- based 256GB eUFS to eight 64-layer 512GB V-NAND chips, all combined together in the same space as 256GB package. To enhance and improve the energy efficiency, Samsung added the new power management technology in the 512GB eUFS controller to minimise the inevitable increase in the energy consumed. The mapping process will also be increased for converting logical block addresses to those of physical blocks by this chip.

Not only this, Samsung has also decide to feature strong read and write performance. With increase in the speed, 512GB embedded memory enables to transfer 5GB full HD video clip to an SSD in about six seconds (eight times faster). The smartphones of Samsung featuring the best ever 512 gigabyte (GB) embedded Universal Flash Storage solution (eUFS) will be working with such ability that no other smartphone has ever provided.

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Not only this, this time Samsung users can enjoy seamless multimedia experiences such as high resolution burst shooting with file searching and video downloading in dual-app viewing mode. Samsung has not yet confirmed that which smartphone will be featuring the all new 512GB internal storage but it would definitely bring an all new level of smartphone in the market with double the memory offered by any company ever. The users undoubtedly will enjoy this big change in the upcoming smartphones of Samsung.

The company is definitely setting a new threshold for the mobile storage to handle increasing amounts of multimedia content. And bringing So many changes in a single chip should definitely meet the increase in demand for advanced embedded mobile storage with high density and performance.

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