Samsung Fields 64GB NAND Embedded Memory Module
Samsung today announced a new memory chip for smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices that offers 64GB of e-MMC NAND storage. Samsung used a 20nm process to create this chip, which allowed it to build an eight-die stack that is 1.4mm thick. Samsung says the module offers read speeds of up to 80Mbps, write speeds of 40Mbps, and a 60% increase in performance. Samsung said the memory module is meant to be used in high-end smartphones. Samsung didn't announce availability details.
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