The new SSDs were probably only leaked by mistake through the dealer by publishing the product pages prematurely. Because in the meantime they are offline again. Nevertheless, the Samsung 870 QVO has of course not remained undiscovered.
The Samsung 870 QVO will be the successor of Samsung’s first QLC NAND SSD, the 860 QVO. So the 870 QVO will very likely also use QLC memory with 4 bits per memory cell. What is certain, however, is that it is an SSD in the 2.5-inch form factor with SATA connection.
According to Amazon, the new Samsung 870 QVO will be released on June 30th, 2020 with 1 TB, 2 TB and 4 TB. The 8 TB version will then follow on August 24, 2020. 130 US dollars for 1 TB and the 8 TB SSD is expected to be priced at 900 US dollars.
- Samsung 870 QVO Series 1 TB (MZ-77Q1T0B)
- Samsung 870 QVO Series 2 TB (MZ-77Q2T0B)
- Samsung 870 QVO Series 4 TB (MZ-77Q4T0B)
- Samsung 870 QVO Series 8 TB (MZ-77Q8T0B)
The information has not yet been officially confirmed by Samsung, and Amazon has since deactivated the product pages again. Even if this is not an official announcement, it is unlikely that the SSD series will not appear in this way.