He's got the whole world (wide web) in his phone

Subject: General Tech, Mobile | January 30, 2019 - 12:40 PM |
Tagged: Terabyte, Samsung, eUFS, 1TB, smartphones

Samsung wants to make sure you don't run out of space on your phone by upping their game and providing 1TB of embedded Universal Flash Storage on a single chip.  The new chip is physically similar to the current 512GB version, so you won't have to buy a phablet to download all your 4K cat videos for offline viewing.  They have also increased speeds at the same time, as we have become accustomed to with other flash storage, with Ars Technica reporting sequential reads of up to 1,000Mbps

Rumour has it we might see this as a choice in the upcoming Galaxy S10.

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"The 1TB eUFS is expected to play a critical role in bringing a more notebook-like user experience to the next generation of mobile devices," said Cheol Choi, executive vice president of Memory Sales and Marketing at Samsung."

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Source: Ars Technica

January 30, 2019 | 01:34 PM - Posted by GoodNewsForAnyOfTSMCsClientsThatMyNeedMoreWaferStarts (not verified)

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"• TSMC advanced-node chip lead-time shortened @ DigiTimes"

AMD Should have no issues obtaining any extra wafer starts if there is any unexpected demand for Epyc/Rome parts.

January 30, 2019 | 02:19 PM - Posted by Isaac Johnson

I can't tell if this guy's a troll, or if he just has mental problems and he's delusional and he thinks he's a writer for the site.

January 31, 2019 | 05:10 AM - Posted by Bob the Scutter (not verified)

1TB+ in a phone, that's going to take the TSA a long time to (steal for economic espionage) (copy for security reasons)

January 31, 2019 | 01:26 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

Well I say ...

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