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MicroSD storage expansion slots are a feature that is slowly but surely disappearing from high-end smartphones, with "cloud-focused" smartphone manufacturers such as Google or Apple leading the pack. However, at least Samsung users can stop worrying about a lack of expandable storage in the near future, because the built-in storage in their devices should soon be large enough to never need a microSD card in the first place.
The Korean electronics giant has officially started mass production of the world's first 512GB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS). This means Samsung's 2018 flagship smartphones may have double the storage of this year's equivalents.
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