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Samsung begins production on 512 GB flash storage for smartphones

Samsung has started mass production of new embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) chips, which should bump up the storage capacity of future smartphones to a more capacious 512 GB. The chips can reportedly double the density of storage in the same amount of physical space as the previous unit... Continue Reading Samsung begins production on 512 GB flash storage for smartphones Category: M
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