SanDisk introduced the 64-GB of memory for phones

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

For those who find that 32 GB of internal memory in the phone is too small, there is good news from MWC 2010. SanDisk has announced that it succeeded in doubling the NAND memory for mobile phones. The product, which is called iNAND, has a memory capacity is 64 GB, while the chip is inscribed in a form factor with dimensions of 16 x 20 x 1.4 mm and a standard BGA-interface. In the manufacture of memory chips used eight advanced 32-nm memory SanDisk X3.

The memory module iNAND capacity of 64 GB can be used to boot the system, storage system code, and, of course, in the role of the disk to store information. This will use the chip in the smart phones to be installed on its operating system, applications, and viewing videos. According to the developers, the new memory module combines system code and user data into a single unit that saves space and simplifies design. Also claimed to reduce power consumption and simplification of design in comparison with models that require separate storage of information.