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When are we on smartphones? The competitor of the microSD cards in impressive performance

Cards External storage extensions we heard about three years ago but haven't had the chance to use yet seem extremely promising as part of the ability of Chinese Hisense

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Somewhere in 2016 Samsung announced a new configuration of the agile UFS standard - On tiny microSD-like expansion cards that will give Significantly better than anything we knew in this area, with lower power consumption and significant potential for future development up to speeds of no less than 24 gigabits per second.

since This exciting technological gospel… Not much happened. MicroSD cards continued to be the one and only choice of manufacturers that chose to expand their storage capacity on their smart devices, growing in volume to a stunningly recent record of a whole Terabyte, along with some attempt to secure a level Quality (not always rewarding) with the A1 App Performance and A2 App Performance standards.

Did not publicly announce cards In terms of terabytes - but here we find one in action

As more and more smart devices adopt UFS as the standard for the device's built-in internal storage, with Significantly superior to the veteran eMMC standard, we find that there may still be hope for the cards as well External - A smartphone prototype document called T91 from Hisense that includes the right one and gives a fresh taste of the possible performance.

Which can also cause storage built into many smart devices to shame red

Documentation of the German site winfuture Displays a UFS standard expansion card An entire terabyte (yes, like the one and only microSD card currently available in the same volume, made by SanDisk) excels in the AndroidBench 5 test with a continuous read speed of about 510 megabytes per second and write speed of 180 megabytes per second - Improved 5 or 6 folding from leading microSD cards in the market. Random performance is even more impressive with 32,000IOPS in continuous reading and 6,000IOPS in continuous writing - not only much more than microSD cards but also more than chips offer Built in eMMC standards and more than what most drives provide The advanced mobile.

It is already possible to install and run today Directly from standard microSD cards Worthy - and with a card Expanding storage can feel just like the built-in storage on your device, significantly improving the viewing experience when viewing and processing media on your device

Currently, there is only one commercial product that supports external UFS cards, and this is an up-to-date mobile from the upscale 9 series of , Though it's worth noting that this model includes an integrated physical card reader for microSD and UFS - which nevertheless gives us hope that sometime soon we will see Provide support for UFS cards without giving up the well-known support of, So consumers can enjoy high volume and performance without sacrificing usability.

The only laptop with card support External gives us hope for a nicer future

Want to see more and more smart devices with UFS cards, or you see this as an unnecessary development in an age when 128GB volumes are considered the basis for In many cases? Let's share in the comments!


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