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Samsung Wants Your Next Phone to Have 512GB of Storage

I don’t know that I’d suggest that 256GB of storage in a phone has become commonplace just yet, but Samsung is ready to move well beyond that. The Korean electronics giant announced today that they are now mass producing 512GB eUFS  chips for flagship smartphones and tablets, doubling their previous efforts. Samsung says they are … Continued Samsung Wants Your Next Phone to Have 512GB of
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