Samsung reveals groundbreaking 1TB phone storage plans

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A world first from the Korean tech giant — and it’s already in production

With Apple having already kicked things off in 2019 by announcing new details for its AirPod 2 earphones and seeing images of the iPhone XI leaked across the web, Korean tech giant Samsung has now announced imminent plans to roll out 1TB phone storage.

Having already announced a commitment to ditching plastic packaging, the groundbreaking move marks Samsung’s second wideranging announcement of the year — and it’s only February. 

A world first, Samsung memory marketing VP Cheol Choi further explained the development, noting that the 1TB eUFS (embedded Universal Flash Storage) will “play a critical role in bringing a more notebook-like user experience to the next generation of mobile devices.” 

The advancement also boasts an impressive 1,000 megabytes per second read time and comes with a claim that more memory doesn’t have to mean a bigger phone. 

You can read the full announcement over on the Samsung website. And, in other tech news, here’s everything we know about Apple’s FaceTime security bug.

 

 

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