Samsung Electronics announced that it will begin offering the world's first 1TB eUFS (embedded general purpose flash storage) solution for mobile manufacturers already in mass production. In other words, the phone can have a storage capacity of 1TB with a single flash memory chip.
Choi Cheol-cheol, vice president of Samsung Memory Marketing, said in a statement that 1TB eUFS is "expected to play an important role in providing a notebook-like user experience for next-generation mobile devices." The same package size as Samsung Electronics is the older 512GB device and provides a read speed of up to 1,000 megabytes per second. According to Samsung, it is 10 times faster than a regular microSD card.
Last year, Samsung upgraded Galaxy Note 9 to "1 terabyte ready", but only when inserting the 512GB microSD card, the highest capacity currently available on the 512GB model. Does Samsung use its own memory chip to launch the appropriate 1TB phone in the near future? There are several rumors that the Galaxy S10 line-up will include high-end models with 12GB of RAM and 1TB of storage.