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Negotiations on the future of the PSP have led to panic in the flash memory market

According to another batch of rumors circulating on the Internet regarding the future version of the Sony PSP portable game console, its memory capacity will be increased to 8 GB. In addition, it is already reliably known that in the near future memory cards with a capacity of up to 2 GB will be available.

If these rumors are to be believed, it would be nice to know what kind of memory the new PSPs will be equipped with. It would be logical to assume that it will be NAND flash memory, however, according to the source, Sony could not agree with the market leader, Samsung, on prices (which, however, is not surprising – 8 GB flash memory cards are now one of the most expensive vendors in the portfolio, and the cost of a PSP with such memory would probably exceed the cost of a high-end PC). Therefore, most likely, Sony will consider using a 1-inch hard drive as an alternative to flash memory.

The source claims that negotiations between Samsung and Sony were interrupted on February 16. Sony’s position that the company will be able to buy large amounts of flash memory due to the expected high popularity of new PSPs, did not find support from Samsung.

Interestingly, the result of negotiations between Samsung and Sony, according to some observers, influenced many segments of the NAND flash market and, in particular, hit Samsung, as spot prices fell by 3-5.3% per day. And, most interestingly, this trend, according to Deutsche Bank, will continue in the future, if the companies do not agree among themselves. Flash supply is predicted to exceed demand by 10% as a result of new negotiation failure.

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