Samsung just announced that it's mass-producing 1TB storage chips for phones, which means you may have more storage than you could ever need. Say goodbye to the days of full-the-day-you-get-it 16GB phones.
Four years ago, Samsung introduced the first embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) device. It has been four years since Samsung developed eUFS technology, it has been released on SD card, and its 1
256GB and even 512GB storage options for mobile devices, which is just massive. To put it in perspective, the basic model of the iPhone has only 64 GB of capacity, and the basic Surface Pro tablet, which retails at almost $ 1000, comes with only 128 GB of internal storage. But now, Samsung has been able to break the terabyte barrier with its newest eUFS chips.
Samsung plans to announce a new phone at its UNPACKED event on February 20th.
Cheol Choi, Samsung's executive vice president of Memory Sales & Marketing, says that Samsung plans to bring a " notebook-like user experience to the next generation of mobile devices. "Will the next Samsung phone be a ridiculously fast, foldable, high-capacity leap into the future? Will it challenge the way that we think about smartphones?