Samsung today introduced the world’s first memory card based on Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 1.0 standard, that offers outstanding read and write speed when compared with eMMC storage that had been in existence for a long time. The UFS-based storage system has been used recently in Samsung’s high-end smartphones like Galaxy S6 and S7, but this is the first time of making its appearance as an external storage.
While it looks just like a MicroSD card in shape and size, the device pin layout is explicitly different, so it is incompatible with current devices for now. But if things go well, manufacturers should begin to adopt the new pin layout in near future. The memory card is primarily targeted at photo-capturing mobile devices such as Action Cams, DSLR’s, Drones e.t.c. It have sequential read speed of up to 530Mbps and write speed of up to 170Mbps, which un-arguably beats down MicroSD read and write speed, with thrice its performance guaranteed.
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The Samsung UFS card will be available in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB and 256GB storage capacities. No word on pricing and availability yet.
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