Today, August 3rd was the anniversary of the May announcement of UFS4.0 flash memory. Samsung today announced that UFS4.0 flash memory will be in mass production.
Samsung claims that UFS4.0 will be used on flagship smartphones. This allows for faster data transfer rates to enable high-resolution imaging, heavy gaming, and higher resolution images. UFS 4.0 will continue to be used in mobile, virtual, and augmented reality devices.
Samsung will launch the Galaxy Z Fold 4 foldable smartphone and Galaxy Z Filp 4 smartphone on August 10, 2010. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 single chip system does not include UFS 4.0 support.
The first smartphone to have UFS 4.0 flash memory will likely be released in November. Next, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 will be released and then the Xiaomi 13. These memory cards will later be used in Samsung Galaxy S23.
Continuous read speed can reach 4200MB/s and continuous write speed is 2800MB/s. Samsung claims that this memory will offer significant energy savings, as well as a smaller and more powerful single module with a maximum capacity of 1 TB.