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Samsung launches the largest 8 TB SSD storage for consumers

Samsung announced today, Tuesday, the launch of the next generation of large capacity QVO storage SSD for ordinary consumers.

The advantage of the new storage disk Samsung 870 QVO is that it offers the largest capacity of Samsung to consumers, as it is available in capacities of the smallest 1 TB and the largest 8 TB, and between that there are two capacities, namely: 2 TB, and 4 TB.

The Korean tech the giant said in a post: The new storage disk will be available from Tuesday through Samsung stores and authorized stores at a price starting from $ 130 USD for a capacity of 1 TB. As for the capacity of 8 terabytes, it will be available as of next August, and according to a previous leak published by Tom's Hardware, the price of this capacity may reach 900 USD at the launch next August 24.

The Q70 870 comes as a successor to the Q60 860 launched in late 2018, a 2.5-inch SATA a disk that fits most desktop and laptop computers, and uses Samsung's 4-bit multi-level cell architecture, known as QLC. The advantage of this technology is that it helps to keep the price reasonable when calculating faster transfer rates.

The new disk offers a small set of improvements in speed, as it provides a read speed of 560MB / s, and a write speed of 530MB / s, and Samsung says: The new disk is 13% faster compared to the previous version when it comes to the speed of random reading.

Samsung says: The new 8-terabyte disk is able to store 2,880 terabytes of data for the duration of its use, while small-capacity disks have a data size of 1,440 terabytes for a 4-terabyte disk, and a size of 720 terabytes for a 2-terabyte disk, And with a volume of 360 TB for a 1 TB disk. Each disc gets a 3-year warranty.