Samsung took the wraps off a 128GB 3-bit NAND-based eMMC 5.0 mobile flash storage. The newcomer has been developed for mass-market devices.
The Korean giant’s new storage is capable of 260MB/s for sequential data reading – the same performance level as eMMC 5.1 memory. Random data read and write operations of 6,000 IOPS and 5,000 IOPS respectively are also possible on the memory.
The component’s IOPS speeds are up to ten times faster than those of a typical microSD card. Samsung’s new affordable flash storage is capable of easily handling HD video processing and multi-tasking.
We don’t know what device will Samsung’s new memory chip debut into. A high-profile mid-ranger from the Korean manufacturer seems like a solid candidate for the honor.