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Samsung starts mass-producing first ever 512GB chips for mobile devices

Because 256GB is so 2017. When looking at most flagship phones these days, it's no trouble to find one with 64GB, 128GB, or even 256GB of internal storage. This is particularly nice as apps get larger and photos/videos get crispier, but soon you'll be able to pick up a phone (at least from Samsung) with a whopping 512GB of storage out of the box. Samsung announced on December 5 that it had officially begun mass production on a 512GB embedded Universal Flash Storage chip – a first for the mobile industry.
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