Samsung holds off SD card sales amid soaring NAND flash prices

Samsung Electronics is said to have reduced supplies of its sub-branded Secure Digital (SD) cards due to shrinking profitability amid recent soaring NAND flash prices, according to sources at Taiwan memory module makers. Samsung has resumed its earlier strategy of supplying NAND flash chips either in wafer or chip forms to customers, meaning that customers have to perform the backend packaging and testing and bear the cost of this part themselves.

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