Samsung announces new mobile memory release30 September 2011 10:59:56
Samsung has become the latest developer to announce the launch of new 64GB devices.
The electronics corporation has developed a new 64GB embedded memory card that can be used in smartphones, tablets and other portable electronic devices.
According to the manufacturer, the device features the industry's highest performance and thinnest available design. The card uses Samsung's 64GB NAND flash architecture with a toggle DDR (double data rate) 2.0 interface.
Samsung is aware of the dynamic upgrades being made in the memory market.
"We will keep providing high-performance e-MMC [embedded multimedia card] products on an aggressive release schedule to meet the needs of leading mobile device providers for advanced mobile memory solutions," said Myung Ho Kim, vice president of memory marketing and device solutions at Samsung Electronics.
Earlier this month, both Sony and SanDisk announced they will by releasing mobile memory devices capable of storing up to 64GB of media and data. Sony opted to use a USB flash device while SanDisk has managed to produced the capacity in SD and micro SD cards.