Samsung confirms 1TB memory for one of the Galaxy S10 models

The company announced the first 1TB industry processor, with the Universal Flash Store for phones. What it means, in other words, is that it can now offer 1TB of internal storage space on phones.

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Rumors have claimed that at least one version of the Galaxy S10+ will have 1 TB of internal space. The device can also be associated with 12GB of RAM but remains questionable at the moment. Announcing this new memory processor is now a strong indicator that can debut with the Galaxy S10+.

Samsung‘s 1TB processor comes only four years after the company began offering the first 128GB eUFS memory. The company says this new chip will provide phone owners with a “storage capacity comparable to a premium notebook laptop“.

Samsung’s memory department will undoubtedly sell this chip to other companies, so we can expect more 1TB phones this year.

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neOadviser – TECH

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