Samsung Electronics’ semiconductor arm has begun volume production of 128GB embedded memory modules for next-generation smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, the company said on Tuesday. An upgrade to 128GB would double or quadruple the storage capacity compared to today’s high-end smartphones. Apple’s new iPhone 5 has up to 64GB of integrated storage while the recently announced Optimus G from LG Electronics and Nokia’s Lumia 920 both have 32GB. Read the full story at Computer World.
Samsung increases smartphone storage capacity to 128GB
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