Samsung Announces Faster Flash Memory For Smartphones

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burnley14

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This is fantastic news. I've always been curious why the memory inside smart phones is so behind the times, and it looks like Samsung is finally looking to remedy that.
 

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[citation][nom]WhysoBluepandabear[/nom]I'm waiting for the "But can it play Crysis" comment....[/citation]
i got the boiling oil ready to pour down their mouths
 

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[citation][nom]WhysoBluepandabear[/nom]I'm waiting for the "But can it play Crysis" comment....[/citation]
What does "Can it play Crysis?" have to do with flash memory? I don't get it. We're talking about a flash memory, not a computer of its own. I wonder if the DROID 4 will be able to...though.
 

CaedenV

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so now phone flash is equivalent to PC HDDs of the late '90s. Except at a fraction of the power/cost. It really is amazing how smart phones have progressed in the last few years. They are so close to being useful that it is very tempting.

Just one more year and I think they will be able to do what I want them to do (replace my netbook).
 
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[citation][nom]t_wilson[/nom]Are you talking about 64GB or 64Gb here? Make up your mind.[/citation]


The embedded multimedia card (e-MMC) uses a stack of eight 64 Gb, 20 nm NAND flash memory chips with a toggle DDR 2 interface. It is about 1.4 mm thick and weighs 0.6 grams.
Spend a little more time reading and you might understand something. 8 stacks of 64Gb NAND = 64GBs of NAND
 
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