"1TB eUFS is expected to play an important role in bringing notebook experience to a new generation of mobile devices," said Cheol Choi, Memory Electronics's EVP. As ZDNet notes, the upcoming Samsung flagship, such as the S10, will most likely come up with a 1TB capability thanks to the new eUFS technology. Samsung began mass production of the 512 GB memory technology in December 2017, and then debuted with new phones early next year.
In addition, massive storage offers a new eUFS, which was also designed to be faster than typical SSD, microSD, and previous technology revisions. It has a sequential read speed of 1000 megabytes per second, twice as fast as the usual SSD and faster than its predecessor of 512 GB. In spite of all, he said that Samsung will have the same size as 512GB of flash memory, so it will not have to make large phones even bigger.