While the SSD is a whole lot more expensive than the HDD, its main advantage is speed and performance. Many high-end computers require SSD drives, but fact of the matter is, you can’t really find an SSD drive with more than 1 TB of storage. When it comes to enterprise solutions or multimedia environments, that’s just not enough storage space. While we do have cloud storage as an alternative to both HDD and SSD, there’s reticence in its use because of privacy and security issues. Samsung has begun production of a new type of SSD drive, made with TLC V-NAND flash memory, or 3-bit multi-level-cell, 3D vertical NAND flash memory.
Shaz from TL writes: “With the Galaxy Z Fold 5 unveiled, Samsung continues their dominance in the foldable market, with no sight of Apple to offer some competition.”
In a nutshell, it's an insurance policy that can save you from the headaches and wallet-aches of expensive repairs down the line.