We are talking about the Samsung SSD 980 Pro, which is the first in the world with PCIe 4.0 for home use and should greatly raise the speed of data transfer on home computers in the future, since it was presented at CES2020. To get an idea, storage allows read rates up to 6.5 GB/s and writing up to 5 GB/s.
To give you an idea, the PlayStation 5 will have a maximum reading of 5.5 GB/s, which is 1 GB/s less than Samsung’s SSD. Anyway, the storage was caught on the approval list of south Korea’s National Radio Research Agency, NRRA. See the documentation provided on the NRRA website, which presented only the model code, but sources indicate that it is actually the 980 Pro:
If you’re curious about all this power, the Samsung 980 Pro will be available in 3 versions: 256GB, 500GB and 1TB capacity. It is worth remembering that if all this is not enough for you, the South Korean is already preparing the launch of the new SSD series of 870 QVO, which will also be aimed at home users and will have even more storage capacity, but with lower data transfer speeds.
Unfortunately for now there is still no information on prices of the versions cited nor about the exact release of the 870 QVO.