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September 19, 2012

Samsung starts mass-producing 128GB eMMC

Do you still feel a bit lacking with your device’s 64GB internal memory? Well try this — Samsung announced that a massive 128GB eMMC for smartphones and tablets is already in the works and it may not be long before you get your hands on one.

In the Samsung Mobile Solutions Forum 2012, the South Korean tech giant has recently announced that mass production of the behemoth internal storage for mobile devices has already begun, but the sheer size of the storage isn’t the only thing that’s new on their lineup.

Apart from the 128GB storage size, the new chip is said to feature a faster transfer speed that can go up to 140Mbps. To accompany the mammoth eMMC, Samsung also announced that they’ll be releasing a 2GB LPDDR3 (low-power double-data-rate 3) memory that has data transmission rate which is clocked at 12.8GB/s. In addition, the new 30nm-class based RAM is said to be 50% faster than its predecessor.

These two new chips will certainly be a great addition to the Samsung Exynos Dual 5 arsenal or any SoC for that matter, and would definitely equate to a more capable and faster mobile devices. Way to go Samsung!


9 Responses to “Samsung starts mass-producing 128GB eMMC”

  1. Datu says:

    Thumbs up to Samsung!

  2. topgun says:

    that’s good news..

  3. paul0289 says:

    dapat kasi wag nang iboto yan si Tito Sotto eh!
    panigurado sya ang nagpush para maisabatas yang cybercrime shit na yan eh! may nalalaman pang online libel ampf!

    halatang naghahanap sya ng masisilungan eh!

  4. Yikes... says:

    Kamut siguro ang Apple, hiya na lang siguro sila bumalik sa pag source ng chips sa Samsung.

    Twitter: IANVARIVS

    Now, waiting for a Lawsuit from Apple, for copying them in the past TROLOLOLOLOL

  6. ErvinC. says:

    i think they will also try to introduce this to Galaxy S4 this feb..

  7. Mr. Curious says:


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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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