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Mark Peters : June 30th 2011 - 09:40 CET
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SamsungSamsung 4G Smartphone memory cards : Samsung Electronics announced the production of its high-performance micro Secure Digital (microSD) memory cards with advanced data transfer speeds that support the performance requirements on 4G Smartphones. The new 20-nanometer-class microSD memory cards have a class 10 speed rating suitable for seamless data storage and transmission of full HD videos, one of the popular new features among 4G Smartphones. The new Samsung 32GB microSD flash memory cards can write at 12 megabytes per second (MB/s) and read at 24MB/s, providing users with more than double the maximum write speeds of a class 4 32GB microSD card.

Samsung 32GB MicroSD

Samsung 32GB microSD cards
The new Samsung 32GB memory card incorporates 32Gb 3-bit NAND flash memory chips and a proprietary 3-bit NAND controller to deliver the high performance. The Samsung memory cards follows the introduction of Samsung’s 30 nanometer (nm) class, 32 gigabit (Gb) 3-bit-per-cell (3-bit) NAND-based 32 gigabyte (GB) microSD cards in early February 2010. By applying the finer 20-nm-class process technology, the productivity of the chips is raised over 30%. The Samsung memory cards are now ideal for mass data flow, like streaming video and mobile games on 4G Smartphones.

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Samsung 4G Smartphone memory cards
"Today's industry demand for high speed memory cards to addresses the growing performance push for next generation mobile applications in 4G Smartphones", said Wanhoon Hong from the Samsung memory division. "As the mobile industry rapidly adopts microSD memory cards with a class 10 rating, the superior data transfer speeds are expected to improve the user experience on their Smartphones tremendously.", added Hong. Samsung will continue to develop memory cards and plans mass production of its 20nm-class 64Gb 3-bit NAND designed on advanced toggle NAND architecture is anticipated for early next year.

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