128GB Samsung Galaxy S23 to use slower UFS 3.1 storage

As the future Galaxy S23 series approaches, the vanilla Galaxy S23 is set to keep one foot in the past – it will launch with 128GB base storage. Leakster Ice Universe brings some more bad news for would-be S23 buyers, apparently the 128GB version will use the older UFS 3.1 storage format.

The higher 256GB version will utilize the new, faster, more efficient UFS 4.0 and at least at launch it will be available at the same price as the 128GB model. According to Ice, Samsung has not manufactured 128GB UFS 4.0 packages, only 256GB and above. Right now it seems that only Japanese rival Kioxia…

Article Source: Gizbot

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