Samsung Galaxy S10 to Feature Super Fast UFS 3.0 Storage

The Universal Flash Storage (USF 3.0) was announced at the start of this year. The USF 3.0 promised to double the memory bandwidth of UFS 2.1. ISF 2.1 is the current go-to standard for flash storage in the mobile space. According to rumours, Samsung Galaxy S10 will be the first smartphone to feature new Super Fast UFS 3.0 Storage.
Jay Oh, Samsung’s head of mobile memory product planning revealed that the company is planning to launch its next wave of USF 3.0 enabled device in 2019.

Samsung to Bring Super Fast UFS 3.0 Storage to its 2019 Smartphones

Samsung will launch three models of Galaxy S10, one of which will be 5G compatible and will probably get UFS 3.0. Perhaps the Korean giant can do us all a favour and introduce the upcoming standard in its Galaxy S10 series.
Galaxy S10 cheapest model will come with 64GB of internal storage, and as  UFS 3.0 will be offered in capacities of 128GB and up,  this model will not feature faster storage.
2019 is certainly going to be a year to look out for, and we’ll have all the performance differences ready for you that will exist between UFS 2.1 and UFS 3.0, in the future.

Samsung Galaxy S10 Processor Will Likely Feature Dedicated NPU. The smartphone brands and chip makers have focused heavily on new artificial intelligence implementations in the past few months. We all know about Huawei’s Kirin 980 which boasts two dedicated Neural processing units in the hope of improving AI performance. Samsung has largely avoided such implementations. However, with the arrival of the Galaxy S10, this could change. Recently, we came to know that the company is planning to include a dedicated AI unit in the Samsung Galaxy S10 Processor.

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