With users continuing to shoot more photos with their smartphones, storage space is becoming more and more valuable.
Samsung is looking to provide a solution, with the development of the world’s first 512GB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS).
According to Business Wire, the electronics giant is is utilizing their latest 64-layer 512-gigabit (Gb) V-NAND chips for the creation of a new 512GB eUFS package to provide more storage for next-generation mobile devices.
The new chips would be able to hold 130 10-minute UHD videos, as well as read and write performance improvements, allowing them to transfer a 5GB HD video clip to a hard drive in six seconds, eight times faster than a standard microSD card.
At press time, it’s unclear when this new technology will hit the market.