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Mark Peters : April 5th 2012 - 09:50 CET

Samsung Memory Card for Smartphones & Tablets


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SamsungSamsung MicroSD memory card for LTE Smartphones & Tablets Samsung Electronics, the leader in memory technology, announced that it is now mass producing Ultra High Speed–1 (UHS-1) interface microSD memory cards that support the highest performance levels required on advanced LTE (Long Term Evolution) smartphones and tablets. The new Samsung memory card comes in a 16 gigabyte (GB) density. It is comprised of Samsung’s 20 nanometer-class 64 gigabit (Gb) toggle DDR 2.0 devices and an advanced Samsung controller supporting the ultra fast UHS-1 interface.
Samsung Memory Card

Samsung Memory Card
According to internal memory tests, the new 16GB UHS-1 microSD memory card has a maximum sequential read speed of 80 megabytes per second (MB/s). This is more than four times the read speed of today’s advanced microSD memory cards, which operate at 21MB/s. Initial production of the 16GB UHS-1 microSD memory cards began late last month. In the future, Samsung plans to expand its microSD memory card offerings with higher density solutions that reinforce its position as the leading market innovator for NAND flash.

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Samsung MicroSD Memory Card for Smartphones & Tablets
“MicroSD memory cards with a UHS-1 interface offer users an extremely high level of performance on their LTE smartphones and for other advanced mobile applications. This allows users to enjoy high-quality pictures and video playback directly from the memory cards, which fully support the advanced performance features of diverse digital gadgets,” said Wanhoon Hong, executive vice president, memory sales and marketing, Samsung. “Our new UHS-1 memory card demonstrates how Samsung plans to continually expand its line-up of memory cards in accommodating the market need for higher densities and greater performance.”

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