Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are the firm’s first high-end smartphones not offering microSD support. Until S6 duo smartphones all the Galaxy S as well as Note series had memory expansion, and, actually, it was among the highlights of both.

Samsung supported transferring Program to SD card when Google disabled the attribute – a rarity today. What happened with the love of external storage of Samsung?

Well, the organization came up with its own UFS 2.0 storage, which uses “Command Queue” technology (as seen in Solid State Drives) for quickening the speed of command execution. The newest technology assures 2.7x quicker operation than the eMMC 5.0 memory seen in the preceding crop of high-end phones and yes, the Galaxy S6 duo has one.

There lies to the key to dearth of a microSD support – In the event you were to place an SD card on your Galaxy S6, you had have undermined this blazing-fast operation. That is in fact accurate for all 2014 high end cellphones, but it appears Samsung desired users to really feel the difference this time around and determined on not adding the memory expansion attribute even though it made lots of users unhappy.

The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge are accessible in 32, 64, and 128GB built-in storage.


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