SanDisk Introduces 15nm TLC iNAND 7232

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alidan

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Looks like people are going to have to start worrying about the flash memory in their phone dying before their battery does.
lets see here... lets assuming 100 writes, infinite reads (i believe its infinite or damn near) so lets just assume 32gb of storage, on just 100 writes, you would need to push 3200gb of data through that phone before the storage is worn out.

assuming streaming content and web is pushed through ram and not cached how would anyone normally burn through 3+tb of data on their phones? last time i saw numbers, the lowest write cycles on flash anything was 2500~

in 1-2 years (depending on their phone upgrade plans) i can't imagine normal people burning though 3tb on phone data.
 
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