Samsung today announced that mass production of the first 2.1 TB Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) 2.1 mobile memory has begun.
The 1 TB memory can hold 260 10-minute videos with 4K UHD quality (3,840×2,160). In 64GB, a very popular setting, it is only possible to store 13 videos of the same size.
Samsung indicates that the memories of 1TB eUFS, which have the fifth generation of memories V-NAND, achieve transfer speeds of 1,000 megabytes (MB) per second, twice the speed achieved by a 2.5-inch SATA solid-state drive.
Most top-of-the-line phones come with a minimum of 128 GB of memory, with some offering up to 512 GB like Samsung. Galaxy Note 9 or the iPhone XS. Who will be the first manufacturer to sell 1TB devices?