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SlashGear: new UFS 4.0 flash memory will appear on flagship Android smartphones

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Samsung has launched a new flash memory standard. This is reported by SlashGear.

Media journalists referred to Samsung’s statement, according to which UFS 4.0 flash memory has entered mass production and should soon appear in phones. According to the authors, this means that the flagship smartphones of late 2022 – early 2023 may come out with new, faster and more productive drives.

Experts have noticed that UFS 4.0 surpasses the current standard in all respects. So, the speed of sequential reading of such memory can reach 4200 megabytes per second, writes – 2800 megabytes per second. The current UFS 3.1 memory format differed in parameters of 2100 and 1200 megabytes per second, respectively. At the same time, both UFS 4.0 and UFS 3.1 are limited by the maximum possible storage capacity – 1 terabyte.

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“Given the significant performance gains from moving to UFS 4.0, most users should see a measurable improvement in memory read and write performance on next-generation Android flagships,” the authors stressed. According to them, it is possible that UFS 4.0 will be introduced into the folding flagships Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Flip 4, but the likelihood of such a scenario is not very high – the announcement of the devices should take place in mid-August.

Earlier it became known that Samsung will supply two types of OLED panels for the iPhone 14 series smartphones. So, more expensive devices will receive top-end LPTO components.

Source: Lenta

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