Galaxy Z Fold 4 may have Samsung’s ultra-fast and slim 1TB UFS 4.0 storage

Written by admin

During the ongoing Flash Memory Summit 2022 at the Santa Clara Convention Center, Samsung has announced its future flash memory and storage technologiesbut also detailed the plans for mass production of product innovations it already unveiled.

One of these was the next-generation ultra-fast UFS 4.0 flash storage for mobile devices, which it says will hit the assembly line this month. The launch of UFS 4.0 phone chips will coincide with the second major Galaxy phone unveiling event for the year, Samsung’s Aug. 10 Unpacked keynote, where the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Z Fold 4, whose pre-orders are now live before they’ve even been revealed.

Pre-order your Galaxy Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4 or Galaxy Watch 5 ahead of Samsung’s August Unpacked event

The Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Preorders of Z Flip 4 will likely begin immediately after the August 10 Unpacked event and will run through Friday, August 26, when Samsung will release its 2022 foldable pick, if history is any indication. You can queue for a spot at the However, Galaxy Watch 5 pre-orders and bonuses now:

Samsung’s Fold 4 and Flip 4 could land with fast UFS 4.0 storage

The advantages of UFS 4.0 over the current UFS 3.1 storage standard found in flagship phones are many:

  • 23.2 Gbps data transfer (twice as fast as UFS 3.1)
  • 2,800 MBps write speeds (60% faster than UFS 3.1)
  • 45% higher energy efficiency
  • 176-layer 7th generation V-NAND
  • 4,200 MBps read speeds
  • MIPI M-PHY 5.0

Long story short, Samsung may be preparing a UFS 4.0 storage cameo for the Galaxy Fold 4, which is said to double transfer speeds compared to the Fold 3. However, Samsung’s latest-generation flash storage is also intended for AR/VR devices, drones, and other paraphernalia where fast data transfer is welcome.

Last but not least, Samsung tips that “UFS 4.0 packs a whopping 1TB of memory into a slim 1.0mm form factor. Measuring just 13mm long and 11mm wide, it delivers a massive performance boost without a bump in size – creating space for tomorrow’s best smartphone makers to explore all the new possibilities.” Coupled with the rumor that there may be a 1TB Galaxy Fold 4 model, the storage puzzle pieces are starting to fall into place.

About the author


Leave a Comment