UFS (Universal Flash Storage) has risen as the favored flash memory standard for high-end quality smartphones as of late and developed by the JEDEC Solid State Technology Association.
eMMC (implanted MultiMediaCard) has been as yet the most conspicuous memory standard around, however UFS offers altogether higher data transfer capacity while devouring the same amount of power.
In 2019, we were blasting fast 7nm chipsets with fast processing cores and mind boggling graphics and even committed AI, AR engines. Be that as it may, execution of your smartphones reliant on various components and the storage is a significant one that can have a colossal effect, particularly over the long haul.
This is the place UFS becomes an integral factor and the fundamental thought behind it is to bring higher data transfer speed and expanded dependability to flash memory storage.
The new most recent version of UFC 3.0 is particularly intended for equipment like smartphones, Chromebooks, cars and VR, has double the bandwidth of the current UFS 2.1 standard and above all it brings down power utilization and will make flash storage increasingly dependable at a more noteworthy scope of temperatures.
On the off chance that you as of late purchased a top of the line smartphone, at that point it’s destined to have UFS 2.1 storage. Nonetheless, as of late, OnePlus’ CEO Pete Lau affirmed that the upcoming OnePlus 7 series would fuse UFS 3.0 storage.
All things considered, Samsung yet again was the first to make a big appearance UFS 3.0 on smartphones with its Samsung Galaxy Fold, which sadly has been brought back over quality control issues.
With a quicker 3.0 standard, you’ll experience a lot quicker load up times for applications, consistent performing multi-tasking, a faster and all the more dominant camera experience, trailed by improved gaming and video encounters, and so on. Besides, tasks like sound and video rendering will be a lot snappier, contrasted with the past generation.