Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Samsung is ready to transfer UFS 2.0 flash memory and S7 is the same as to force iPhone7s

Samsung is ready to transfer UFS 2.0 flash memory and S7 is the same as to force iPhone7s

One of the killer features Samsung Galaxy S7 is the ultra-fast Universal Flash Storage (UFS) technology, compared to traditional storage deployed on smart phones and other computer solutions with higher transmission speeds, and this is thanks to Samsung's advanced V-NAND flash memory 
chips. Korean media reported citing ETNews Samsung to Apple will be in the near future iPhone supply NAND flash memory, but will not be launched this year on equipment iPhone7 equipment.
Samsung is ready to pass iPhone7s UFS 2.0 flash memory and S7 as to force .jpg
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ETNews latest reports that Samsung is currently the main focus on a number of manufacturers and chip designers to eliminate electromagnetic interference shielding box (EMI), means the beginning of next year for the iPhone flash supply to prepare, so this year's iPhone7 not equipped with Samsung NAND flash memory.

Other storage providers will also provide Apple with anti-electromagnetic interference NAND flash memory in the future, SK Hynix (SK Hynix), one of Apple's supply chain manufacturers have also begun to develop similar technology and Samsung. This year's Galaxy S7, Samsung introduced the first 256GB of UFS 2.0 chip, suggesting that in the future is expected to deploy iPhone and iPad models.

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