In today’s world, if there is one thing that virtually all of us can do without, is our smartphones. That little ‘pocket computer’ carries everything in our life. Access to our kids, spouse, family, friends, workmates, businesses, entertainment, education, bank, and even our freaky sides.
It is also quite easy to create multimedia content with our phones, given the camera and video quality keeps advancing each year. High Definition videos and pictures tend to take up more storage space, and people love their HD phone camera. We are constantly taking snaps here and there. With that comes a great need for storage; and a big one for that.
Sure most high end smartphone these days comes with pretty ample onboard storage space, but still, it is nothing remotely close to one terabyte (1TB). Samsung has been working on just that, and they recently unveiled a new storage chip that could make fitting a 1TB memory on a smartphone possible.
The Korean manufacturer recently announced it has successfully created the world’s first 1TB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) chip for smartphones. Samsung wants to give us a future where …read more