The new records continue Galaxy Note 10 e Note 10+: after being called the best camera-phone by DxOMark and praised by DisplayMate, now they take home a new record concerning the mass memories.
Apparently, they are the fastest on the market. Sure, i Note 10 have new memories on board UFS 3.0 (the same as the OnePlus 7 Pro), but this is not its strong point: the real winning card is the file system, or f2fs (the same as Pixel 3, ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G and also other older devices), instead of the slower EXT4 used in other cases.
The results are very clear and can be seen in the Ice Universe tweet: Note 10, if compared with Galaxy Fold and OnePlus 7 Pro, wins in terms of writing (sequential or random).
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It is interesting how F2FS is a file system designed by Samsung in the far 2012, and i Galaxy Note 10 are i top of the company's top range to have been designed with this on board.
A new discovery, Note 10 UFS 3.0 performance is currently the most powerful, compared to OnePlus 7 Pro and Galaxy Fold, we found that it ex exceeds other mobile phones in terms of Random write and SQLite, it can be determined that Note10 uses a new File system. pic.twitter.com/OIxFsKe5ll
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) August 11, 2019
Via: Android Central