Samsung Galaxy Note 10, and Note 10+ are the first phones of the company, the use of the F2FS file system, for faster Transfers. The UFS 3.0 storage the Note 10 can even the of the OnePlus one 7 Pro is currently the fastest in all Android-flagship-Smartphones.
The new Samsung models Galaxy Note 10, and Note 10+ are the first Smartphones of the company, which are equipped with a UFS 3.0 memory, which allows in comparison to UFS 2.1 a significantly faster Transfer. First Benchmark results show that the UFS 3.0 solution on the Galaxy Note 10 is only significantly faster than the Galaxy-S10 series, but also faster than the OnePlus 7 Pro.
New file system for more speed
Although both the Galaxy Note 10 as well as OnePlus 7 Pro is the same UFS 3.0-use storage solution, is the Galaxy Note 10 by the use of a new file system faster. How SamMobile reported, the Galaxy Note 10 and score of 10+ the F2FS file system instead of EXT4, as most of the Android phones.
A new discovery, Note10 UFS3.0
performance is currently the most powerful, compared to OnePlus 7
Pro and Galaxy Fold, we found that it far 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
The memory Benchmark results for the Galaxy Note 10, OnePlus 7 Pro, and Galaxy Fold of Leaker Ice Universe show that Samsung’s flagship has a clear advantage over its competitors, if it speeds comes to random Write, and SQLite. Sequential Read and write speeds are also faster, although the difference is not quite so large.