With 1TB of storage on your smartphone, you can store up to 260 ten minute videos at 4K resolution, while making faster data transfer speeds - at up to 10 times the rate of a microSD card. It means that eventually we will see larger capacity smartphones, which is an especially important development on handsets that lack expandable storage.
Samsung has announced that it has broken the Terabyte threshold for smartphone storage. For what it's worth, though, the Galaxy S10 Plus is rumored to ship with 12GB of RAM and up to 1TB of internal storage.
In the same package size (11.5 × 13.0 mm2), using 16 layers of Samsung's most advanced 512Gb V-NAND flash and newly developed dedicated controllers the 1TB eUFS doubles the capacity of the previous 512GB version. The chip promises speeds of up to 1,000 MB/s which is nearly twice the sequential read speed of a conventional 2.5-inch SATA SSD. That's 10 times faster than the speed of typical microSD cards, according to Samsung.
Top of the likely list is the Samsung Galaxy S10 X.
Samsung's executive VP of memory sales and marketing Cheol Choi expects the new chip will be essential in bringing a more "notebook-like user experience" to mobile devices. Samsung's new chip, on the other hand, will let manufacturers stack this much storage without inserting cards whatsoever.
In addition, the random reading speed has increased up to 38 percent compared to the 512 GB version, registering up to 58,000 IOPS. These high random speeds will allow for high-speed continuous shooting at 960 frames-per-second and allow users to take full advantage of their devices' multi-camera capabilities.