South Korean digital behemoth Samsung Electronics says it has begun mass production of the world's first one-terabyte embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 2.1, for use in next-generation mobile applications.
We recently spoke to Mark Hodgson, head of Samsung Pay in Australia, who shared his thoughts on the convenience of mobile wallets; in the meantime, Samsung has announced 1.3 billion Samsung Pay transactions.
If you feel the need, the need for storage speed, Samsung is top gunning for the competition by being first to use the Toggle DDR 4.0 interface, with a 30% improvement in write speed over the previous generation.
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