Friday, November 25, 2016

new technologies EFS the next microSDExternal memory or microSD card is still a vital part of a current smartphone industry. Some flagship smartphone may not be so need it because it has an internal storage capable. But the majority of the lower middle smartphone still needed.

MicroSD own existence would seem slowly being replaced by UFS (universal flash storage). The reason, Samsung has recently introduced its first UFS UFS also become the world's first commercially available.

Three times faster

UFS offers speeds far above the microSD type of UHS-I and UHS-II though. Average speed writing and reading of a microSD current highest ie 90 MB / s and 156 MB / s. While the UFS has read and write speeds of 170 MB / s and 530 MB / s.

The speed difference is about three times as this will have an impact on the performance of the smartphone. MicroSD during this time would be difficult and long enough to operate when used to record video with a resolution above 1.080p or take pictures with a resolution of 16 MP upwards. It is going to be overcome with UFS.

The battery more efficient

In addition to offering extra speed, memory card types UFS can also make the battery more durable smartphone. Keep in mind, microSD average requires about 2.9 watts when in operation. While UFS requires power by half, exactly 1.5 Watt.

If you frequently store music, photos, video, or even applications and games on the microSD, then the power consumption automatically becomes greater impact on battery wasteful. Well, power consumption and battery on paper this could be saving up to 50 percent when using UFS.

Goes on sale next year?

Currently Samsung already introduced UFS hers. There is more than one capacity offered, ranging from 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB, up to 256 GB. But Samsung is not sure how much and when to market it.

Clearly, the existence of the UFS this year can not be adopted quickly. Many observers predict the UFS will use the fastest start next year, it was for certain circles. UFS in 2018 was predicted to be put into use officially replaced en masse and microSD.

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