- Tram Ho
After Samsung launches the Galaxy S20 series, all we expect next is the Galaxy Note 20, which is expected to be released around late August and early September. While the Galaxy S20 series has an impressive S20 Ultra version, powerful configuration, super-powerful camera and many advanced technologies, many people wonder what Galaxy Note 20 will upgrade and improve.
According to Samsung’s latest revelation, the Galaxy Note 20 will be the first smartphone to come with 512GB eUFS memory. Galaxy S20 Ultra is equipped with 512GB eUFS 3.0 memory, with the highest data storage speed available today, but will be nothing compared to Samsung’s latest eUFS 3.1 memory standard.
Samsung said: “Smartphones with eUFS 3.1 memory will only take about 1.5 minutes to transfer 100GB of data, while eUFS 3.0 memory takes more than 4 minutes. With a write speed of 1,200MB / s, Samsung eUFS 3.1 memory is twice as fast as SATA on a PC (540MB / s), and 10 times faster than UHS-I memory cards (90MB / s).
This means that users can enjoy the speed of an ultra-thin laptop, when storing large data files such as 8K videos or hundreds of large images. ”
Samsung also noted that it will produce eUFS 3.1 memory with 512GB, 256GB and 128GB capacities. That means the Galaxy Note 20’s basic storage capacity can start from 128GB, which is lower than the Galaxy Note 10’s from 256GB. As such, users can have more options.
Nguồn bài viết : Genk