The Mate 9 has UFS 2.1. But is UFS 2.1 really notably better, or does it barely differenciate in any way?
Grey1213, 21 Aug 2016Yeah the iPhone uses their own quirky storage. Its probably the best thing about the iPhone.It is quite the same as the UFS 2.0 in the Sammsung phones.
Read: 480MB/s 400MB/s (Samsung Apple)
Write: 140MB/s 160MB/s
Unfortunatly there is no easily available IOPS test for iPhone... How pitty
Anyway the 4K read is 22.5MB/s and the 4K write is 2.2 MB/s for the iPhone 6S, and for the S7 it is 13.5MB/s and 3.8MB/s.
Anonymous, 22 Aug 2016how does that compare with iphone's internal storage speed ?Here you can find some test with the storage speed of the iPhone 6 and 6s.
Well storage speed DO matter if you often transfer big files between computer and phone~
And I notice it also affect installation speed.
Nattheking, 21 Aug 2016What if he said iPhone?What else can I say? Iphone the inventor of faulty-gate stuff. Say no more.
Note 5 doing better! Is there any thing that Note 7 does good to deserve the flagship category of 2016? Not even 2015!!!!
Qxdir, 21 Aug 2016They do test them. Most phones don't scratch until level 6 on Mohs scale of hardnessI know they scratch at 6 what I meant was that every oem should check their phones before releasing not just screen but everything bend test, drop test, scratch test, lag test, heat test etc and also internal of the phone like motherboard etc to sure no faulty phone gets to the market
samsung phones seem to work better with samsung cards. cheap on their part i guess but the cards themselves are genuinely pretty fast. i recommend you test the card read/write speeds with a samsung pro+ 64gb microsd card.
https://youtu.be/3-61FFoJFy0 Note 7 is very slow, that was brutal.
LG superfan, 21 Aug 2016That goes to every oemThey do test them. Most phones don't scratch until level 6 on Mohs scale of hardness
Nattheking, 21 Aug 2016What if he said iPhone?O please, we all know iphone is perfect, that is its fault :)
Qxdir, 21 Aug 2016Samsung should test their phones before making them available to the massesThat goes to every oem
mir, 21 Aug 2016Even the S6 scratches. Any device scratches. Get over it.Thanks for stating the obvious.
But they don't scratch as easily as the Note 7!
mir, 21 Aug 2016Even the S6 scratches. Any device scratches. Get over it.It's not the matter of scratch or not scratch. It's a matter of quality you were talking about yesterday. Why would anyone buy a phone which scratches easily and triple the price of a regular same specifications phone.
Answer is quality right? Then why not in this?!!!
Qxdir, 21 Aug 2016Lol who wants a device that scratches anyway? Samsung going backwards...Even the S6 scratches. Any device scratches. Get over it.
LG superfan, 21 Aug 2016Its corning faultSamsung should test their phones before making them available to the masses