Google Pixel 4 storage will allegedly be slower than Galaxy Note 10
Google’s flagship Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, which will be introduced next month, will come with the old-generation UFS 2.1 storage, according to newly released benchmark scores. This difference can slow down the interface.
Last year, Android phone manufacturers offered their smartphones with 8GB of RAM, while Google stepped back and launched the Pixel 3 and 3 XL with 4GB LPDDR4x RAM. This year, Google will make a concession in the same category, Google, everyone will be slow to move to high-speed storage.
Since the UFS 3.0 storage is available on the OnePlus 7 Pro and Galaxy Note 10, a significant difference in fluency has started to be felt. This fluency, according to reports, will not be at least on the hardware side of Google’s flagships. The firm, as you know, has been modest in terms of hardware, but it has managed to close this gap as a software so far.
According to a leaked benchmark discovered by 91mobiles, the Pixel 4 storage speed is 655.57 MB / s in the sequential read category and 254.48 MB / s in the sequential write. In a similar test software, the Galaxy Note 10 can reach up to 1600 MB / s reading and 600 MB / s writing. This difference is clearly due to the different storage technologies between the two devices.
We hope this leak belongs to one of Google’s engineering examples, and the final product uses high-speed UFS 3.0 storage. Otherwise, even Google’s pure Android experience can lead to reductions in the fluency of the interface.