Samsung being the pioneer in world consumer electronics devices and smartphones launched a new storage mechanism. The new mechanism grants storage of 256GB attached with Universal Flash Storage shortly known as UFS v2.0. Samsung launched this storage mechanism targeting the next level flagship smart devices. The newly launched storage mechanism functions with extensive performance, which can be compared or rather exceeding that of SATA-based Solid State Disks for laptops and other systems.
The latest Samsung UFS storage helps in having extensively swifter storage mechanism making it speedier than existing computer storage mechanism. The UFS storage chips provided for extensive storage which marks upto 256GB. These extensively storage chips are based on Samsung’s latest V-NAND flash memory chips. These UFS storage chips can handle nearly 45000 and 40000 Input/ Output Operations per Second (IOPS). The latest one is almost twice as faster than the earlier 19000 and 14000 IOPS UFS memory device.
For successive reading 256GB UFS uses two lanes of Data Transfer to transfer data at 850MB per sec which is almost twice the speed of SATA powered SSD used in system. Regarding successive writing, it guarantees 260MB per sec, which is nearly 3 times faster than ordinary external memory cards. Due to this 256GB UFS storage can handle Ultra HD video playback and multi-tasking functions on premium features handsets.
Data Transfer and Data Storage
With the help of 256GB UFS you can convert simply handheld smartphone into a storage point. It can store nearly 47 full HD movies with Ultra HD playback. With the help of latest 256GB UFS along with USB v3.0, you can transfer data at afaster rate. The officials confirmed that it can transfer 5GB within a short span of just 12 seconds. Isn’t that amazing? Another advantage is that 256GB UFS is too sleek and compact in design that it perfectly fit in with mobile processor.
Samsung already announced that 128GB UFS last year. Now they are expected to launch the storage chip by March. Very soon we can expect flagships having extensive storage facilities.