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Improving the performance we've all been waiting for: Samsung introduces new eMMC 5.1 memories

In recent days, Samsung has introduced new memory chips for its devices Based on the eMMC 5.1 standard, which ensure Enhanced for your next gadget

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Launching chips New ones based on the eMMC 5.1 standard (pictured: chips In the volume of 128 gigabytes)

Quick flash memories for everyone - thanks to Samsung. The company announced On the company's new memory chips based on the eMMC 5.1 standard. Chips, which are now almost all And an older version of the gadget, the 16, 32 and 64 gigabytes are offered, providing faster read and write speeds of 250 / s and 125 / MB / s respectively. In comparison, memory chips based on the eMMC 5.0 standard come with a similar reading speed of 250 megabytes per second, but with a significantly lower write speed of 90 megabytes per second.

According to , The random reading performance of the memory chips increased from 7,000 IOPS to 11,000 IOPS, with a remarkable improvement in the random write performance of almost 100% from 7,000 to 13,000 IOPS. Besides improving the read and write speeds of the new flash chips, Began implementing the "Command Queuing" method for another increase of . This method, which exists in the medium To computers For some time, the memory controller has been able to keep a large number of requests for action (while other actions are being taken at the time), instead of the controller waiting for the current operation to take place and only then transferring the next request.

We look forward to seeing XMUMX's eMMC chips In smartphones, And gadgets for this year, when these chips may and will not be able to leave in time for the wave of new flagship devices in the market, and from that we can enjoy them.


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  1. Good, now Samsung just needs to replace its mobile (Android) operating system to improve performance.

  2. The biggest mistake it can make is to develop a separate operating system. What it does have to do is clear the interface of all the junk it is pushing

  3. Good, now Samsung just needs to replace its mobile (Android) operating system to improve performance.

    Android works great, the problem for Samsung is the interface it adds with all kinds of unnecessary features (usually) that choke the device.

  4. The question of whether they were able to put it in S6… A few more days we will know.

  5. Androde works very badly. At least from the devices I have.
    I have a NEXUS 7 which is newer than IPAD 3 as far as I know and IPAD 3 has more pixels on the screen and IPAD 3 takes the Nexus 7 in performance.
    It doesn't matter that SAMSUNG steals to darken the processors so the hardware is pretty much the same.
    The problem is this android's poor JAVA.
    In ANDROID the applications need 4 more memory than they need in IOS because the ANDROID GC needs full space to avoid slowing down the system.
    Add to this the fact that the development tools for ANDROID are worse then it is harder to do optimizations for Android applications.
    Android Birda, the reason it has most of the market is because it has cheap devices that even an Indian in a remote village can afford. But beyond the volume of devices Apple's market is larger in money and it seems to me that the Windows 10 is going to take a big chunk of the Android market.

    Add to this that GOOGLE does not find that they stop giving security IDs to earlier versions (talking about 4.1 and stuff) of ADNROID, which is more outrageous than GOOGLE ever complained about MS.
    In short if you keep using your old Android phone for everyday use you are risking your passwords. Sooner or later.

    There is a chance that GOOGLE will release a performance update that will improve the performance of the GC but we will see more about it.

  6. If you do not know that in high tech everyone copies from everyone so you are innocent.
    And if you do not know that at the moment Android has a problem with the GC then you do not understand too much.

  7. = Sargon; 5020206] Android
    Just for the section…

    Android works very badly. At least from the devices I have. I have a NEXUS 7 which is newer than the IPAD 3 as far as I know and also the iPad 3 has more pixels on the screen and the IPAD 3 takes the NEXUS 7 in performance.
    
    How do you compare performance across platforms? Besides, where exactly are higher performance?

    It doesn't matter that SAMSUNG steals to darken the processors so the hardware is pretty much the same.

    you have no idea. Samsung manufactures its own processors.

    The problem is this android's poor JAVA.

    What is poor java? This is the most popular programming language. 

    In ANDROID the applications need 4 more memory than they need in IOS because the ANDROID GC needs full space to avoid slowing down the system.

    Bullshit. Besides, do you think the programs designed for Apple are not written in a language with a compiler that uses GC? 

    Add to this the fact that the development tools for ANDROID are worse then it is harder to do optimizations for Android applications.

    LOL what? The development tools? Are you talking about development environments? It has nothing to do with optimizations. Bad programmers write bad code, no matter what language.

    Android Birda, the reason it has most of the market is because it has cheap devices that even an Indian in a remote village can afford. But beyond the volume of devices Apple's market is larger in money and it seems to me that the Windows 10 is going to take a big chunk of the Android market.

    Android is not on the decline.

    Add to this that GOOGLE does not find that they stop giving security IDs to earlier versions (talking about 4.1 and stuff) of ADNROID, which is more outrageous than GOOGLE ever complained about MS.

    Android is free! Besides it's open source!

    In short if you keep using your old Android phone for everyday use you are risking your passwords. Sooner or later.

    * Coughing * the fappening * coughing *

    There is a chance that GOOGLE will release a performance update that will improve the performance of the GC but we will see more about it.

  8. Okay, let's get some order and see where the tablet pisses.

    OBJECTIVE C does not use GC. It does have memory management but it is not GC but probably for you any language that should not be done in this GC DELETE. Well, you do not know what you're talking about.

    Samsung manufactures Apple's processors and that is why it is very easy for it to copy them into their processors. It's hard to think, what?

    Except that JAVA is a bad language in itself (but it can still be used) and besides its popularity does not indicate how good it is. The implementation of the Java GC in ANDROID is poor, and the performance on Android is worse than that of APPLE.
    Have you ever wondered why Android devices have twice as much memory than Apple devices? It's not because SAMSUNG loves you so much, it's because JAVA RUN TIME's poor realization of ANDROID requires far more memory for the same program than Apple's for no performance decline.
    The GC (which does not exist with Apple) needs a lot of free memory to have "what to work with" when it clears unused memory (yes, which implies that it should leave memory clean afterwards and not clear anything immediately and therefore need more memory).

    Yes, the Kaboy programmers are the best. Because they are tougher and today scornfully spit before any development tool that makes their life easier but at the same time makes them look less tough.
    Good development tools are just necessary. Real developers have an endless amount of time to invest in their product, they just need to be tough enough to keep up with ANDROID's junk.

    And what is the android connection given for free? So should not it support old versions and give updates? You've forgotten that you need to buy a device for running Android. So because the device is not bought directly from GOOGLE then on their popcorn and they will endanger all the old Android users because they are a small head?

    Well, you've invested in an Android device so because the operating system is free you can throw away the device that doesn't get any more security updates.
    Note that you did not say that all devices should be updated to the latest version of Android, but that Google decided to give security updates to older versions of Android without informing the public and even trying to whitewash it and not tell anyone.

  9. The swift GC is existing and simple auto. Read on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Automatic_Reference_Counting

    To say that JAVA is a bad programming language is simply a retarded phrase that has no point in responding to it.
    Even more to say that "its popularity does not indicate how good it is." Because people like to use bad things

    If Samsung copied the Apple processors and created the exynos I'm really sad for Apple

    Android has its own memory management. Except for Java's own GC. https://developer.android.com/training/articles/memory.html
    It gives applications the ability to release the memory itself or take memory from running applications for more important software
    IOS works exactly the same way. The user may decide that he "kills" software himself or the system will eventually take memory that it needs

    JAVA RUNTIME's "bad implementation on Android" (dalvik or ART for short) takes more resources because it's simply code emulation.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Android_Runtime
    This is necessary when it comes to code that should run on lots of different hardware without changing.

    There is also an IDE for Android. There are no Cowboy programmers or any other fantasy that you wanted in your head

    And Apple doesn't support the devices a few generations back either. And I have no idea why you blame Google while you are supposed to blame the manufacturer.
    Google takes over the Nexus and android one and therefore sends them direct updates.
    Other manufacturers worry about updates themselves and the fact that they throw a dick at old devices is their decision

    IOS8 has not been released to devices under 4S (2011). Older devices do not receive security updates.
    At least on the notch I could install an updated third party rum and everything was fine. With Apple, I'm invited to go look

  10. Again you do not understand.

    ARC is not GC. It's two different things.
    GC needs more free memory to run at performance not worse than ARC.
    This means that if you wrote a specific append to Android and made it PORT to IOS, in ANDROID it will need more free memory so as not to run worse than IOS.

    The reason JAVA is popular is that it is easier to understand. A good example is all kinds of programs programmed in JAVA and do not know how to program in C because they do not really know how the operating system works.
    The problem with JAVA is applications that require performance but if you write an applet that is just EVENT DRIVEN then JAVA is good enough for you.

    Again the greater consumption of memory in the ANDROID is due to the poor implementation of the GC not because of the intermediate code that JAVA's virtual machine runs.

    Yes, which IDE has ANDROID?
    The notorious eclipse?
    There are those who glorify how many q ANDROID STUDIO is great, but that's just because they were used to ECLIPSE.
    ANDROID STUDIO is just as bad as not that it is such a good one.
    Much better and more powerful development environments have APPLE XCODE and MS with VS.
    In Android you can not even debug a C ++ NATIVE code. You should only rely on the prints and STACK TRACE if you crashed the program. ANDROID STUDIO does not even support the current C ++ compiler.

    And again I explained to you. Devices that do not receive updates for a new version of the operating system should also receive security updates. For this purpose, WINDOWS 7 is still receiving security updates and until recently XP has also received.
    For example, a few months ago I received a security update for my IPOD 4TH GENERATION even though it was not updated beyond IOS 6.

  11. ARC performs the same function as the Java GC only performs in a different, smarter way
    There's no magic here, every compiler needs to release memory in some way. Simple ARC does it smartly and automatically
    Instead of leaving a list on the side of the reference readings, ARC discovers when compiling when to release the variable and adds the release points automatically. There's no magic here, just sophistication

    There is no need to know how the operating system works to program in C. This is complete nonsense. You can write the same Java code in Net C by syntax translation.

    You once again throw GC's "bad exercise" while it works the same as all the other GCs that exist. Apple is the only one that has promoted an ARC style system

    AS is really a good IDE. As intellij is a good IDE for JAVA
    That they are not as good as VS and XCODE does not mean they are not good on their own. That VS is the best IDE in the market is a known fact
    Except that everything here is your subjective opinion that does not necessarily represent reality
    And using NDK is nice but really irrelevant to most people. Do you really want to deal with libraries written in C / ++?

    Well then? KITKAT updated to 4.4.4 and now L updated to 5.0.2. Are there any critical security issues you know about KITKAT that have not been closed? Or do you just want an update alert every month to feel good about yourself?

  12. There is no matter of wisdom here. Like you said… ARC puts code that releases memory in compilation. In contrast, GC should constantly analyze the program at runtime and see which memory is used and which not and release accordingly. Which is a more complicated operation while running.
    The disadvantage of ARC is that it does not handle all the end cases but it has a solution that you put AUTORELEASEPOOL into the code.

    No need to know how the operating system works to program in C? Again depends on what you do. If you write a simple program that prints HELLO WORLD or something in style then maybe you're right. But once you want to write a medium or larger program you need to figure out how virtual memory works, how memory works with THREADS, etc etc.

    Yes because every GC that ever existed used the same allegories. Because there is no more than one way to write a GC algorithm that clears a program's memory while running ...: It was sarcasm if you didn't understand.

    Again this is that NDK and C ++ is not relevant to most people and it's obvious. Programming is also irrelevant to most people. Depends on what you do.
    A program that writes only in Java and does not understand what happens when writing in C or C ++ is a program with very limited capabilities in terms of the technologies it can use.
    Hmm… let's see ... ANDROID doesn't have a normal video library in its API. There is but the FFMPEG… oops! FFMPEG is written in C. Apparently, your JAVA program is not suitable for a job in a company that requires advanced video and video capabilities.
    Besides understanding how the OS works, it helps to understand a lot of things related to memory and performance even if you work with JAVA.

    There are always security issues. I don't think we have reached the point of having an operating system with 0 security issues.
    Until recently, there was a security problem at OPENSSL that LINUX and ANDROID are heavily using that anyone who knew this hack could bypass the secure communications that OPENSSL purports to secure.
    And that's another OPEN SOURCE project that should be more secure because everyone can read it.
    It turns out that the problem with OPEN SOURCE is that although everyone can read the code, no one really bothers to go through all the code and understand it. So that such dangerous bugs can hide in the code for decades. Even though it is open to everyone.

  13. The need to know how the operating system works (which one?) Appears in some areas of programming, but not all. You can write a program that performs mathematical calculations of polynomials without any knowledge of net operating systems by "stupid" implementation
    Knowing how common threads work for each language is multithreaded, if you do not know what you are doing you will encounter problems in any language

    Most GCs work in a similar way to Java. ARC is the only one of its kind as far as I know and it aspired to Apple but not necessarily a black mark for all other languages

    NDK can be used without any problems. You talked about Ladbag / Compile (in some cases). Use still exists

    There are always security issues, yes. But if there was no update to 5 why would an update to 4 be released? Meanwhile security updates have been released in parallel to 2 trees and it seems that the situation will continue (2 and 3 have been abandoned)

    In general, this whole argument is futile. Even if I can prove that JAVA on Android is the best thing in the world it won't matter. A programmer chooses the platform for the product and then the language is already chosen for him.
    Sometimes there are options (multi-platform for a dextop for example) and sometimes there is no (Mac). Still, the major considerations of language selection are first of all a platform adaptation / adaptation to the reality of a development team
    So I had to do things that can be done in any language (with varying levels of comfort) on Matlab. that's how it is

  14. In the end, both JAVA and C ++ run on the same operating system, but in JAVA you have different mechanisms to work with MULTI THREADING compared to C ++, although they are similar.
    In C ++ you need to understand more about how virtual address space works. How does executing code on CPU CORE work etc etc
    For example helping to know what BRANCH PREDICTION is for C ++ but in JAVA it is already on one level more abstract.

    Well there are not so old devices that have only ICS and they do not get security updates. The worst problem is that GOOGLE does not notify its customers that it stops supporting their devices. And then they do not even know they're in danger.

    And who said I didn't use JAVA? I program in several languages ​​and on several platforms. JAVA is nice for some uses, but for the uses I need for ADNRIOD that's performance and image processing is pretty poor.

  15. Someone said you are not using? The debate was still sterile. Language is chosen according to the platform and not according to personal whims.

    And Google should not tell anyone about a break for support other than manufacturers. They know all about BRANCH when development is over and need to adjust themselves
    Either they will bring the next version or they will remain stuck in the tree

    And how many devices do you know that work on ICS? Such beings are less than 4

  16. Language choose according to what job you need to perform. In ANDROID you have several options, this does not mean you must always choose JAVA in Androids.
    And there are no NEXUS devices that do not update to LOLIPOP? It seems to me that GOOGLE also stops giving security updates. So it seems to me that the argument there ignites the real argument that GOOGLE ceases to give security updates to devices with a version lower than 4.4, whether or not Google's.
    Why should all companies be updated to LOLLIPOP? Need to update older devices to LOLLIPOP? It does not make sense.
    It's like you told me that an antique PC needs to be updated to WINDOWS 10 if it wants to get security updates. Anyone with WINDOWS 7 ate it.

  17. Did you read the article I attached to it? From the moment that Lolipop went out to REPO there are 9 months in which manufacturers can release new products to market with the previous system and since then it is impossible anymore
    Google is putting the changes into the code and if the problem is critical it can take the patch to previous versions as well
    Nothing prevents the manufacturer from taking this code (it has access) and implementing it as an update. Most of them simply do not want to deal with it
    Google understood the problem, and from Luleipop it is possible to update via PlayStore more system components (such as those that Google is aware of), without having to enter as a complete system update that needs to push OTA

    Google does not prevent anyone from fixing previous versions of the system. It just does not do anything that promotes it too (again, up to 1 / 2 versions back)

    As for Nexus, all devices up to the Nexus 4 have already been updated to the Lulipop. The Nexus One device before 4 that does not get updates is the Galaxy Nexus and I'm sure you'll find a third-party image loopup
    here http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-nexus/development/rom-aosp-lollipop-wee-stock-t2971379

  18. That's why JAVA is popular. But even in JAVA if you want to write more complicated things you should know what virtual memory is for example.

    Yes only you can not embed the positive in ANDROID. Which is a huge disadvantage.
    (Not talking about STACK TRACE or LOGCAT)

  19. ARM DS-5 still lacks a lot of tools that have them in XCODE for example. And again you can't debug C ++ on Android so don't know how it's related at all.

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