Based on a Toshiba controller, just as the Trion 100, the new Trion 150 SSD will use the next-generation Toshiba 15nm TLC NAND flash, instead of the Toshiba A19 TLC NAND flash seen on the Trion 100 SSD series. The new 15nm TLC NAND should make the Trion 150 SSD more competitive but it also does not have any effect on the performance as both sequential and random 4K performance remained pretty much the same. The Trion 150 SSD series will be available in 120, 240, 480 and 960GB capacities.
According to a report from Legitreviews.com, the sequential performance will go from up to 550MB/s for read and up to 530MB/s for write, while random 4K read and write performance will be set at up to 90,000 and 64,000 IOPS.
Unfortunately, OCZ did not reveal any details regarding the price or the availability date for the new Trion 150 SSD.