Android Phones Will Soon Get PC-Level Storage Speeds

Solid State Drives are famous for enabling fast storage speeds in PCs, laptops and other devices. Apple iPhones have used SSDs for quite some time now but Android phones is equipped with Universal Flash Storage now a days. This storage is going t change in the near future with an upcoming gaming phone, Lenovo Legion Y90. This will be the first Android phone which will support SSD and UFS 3.1 memory working together on a RAID 0 configuration which combines the two storage types efficiently.
A RAID 0 setup increases storage performance by using two drives working at the same time. Lenovo has said that this setup will enhance the storage speed by up to 50%. RAID 0 has been used in PCs and laptops for many years but it will be the first time that people will get to see it on commercially available smartphone.
Lenovo Legion Y90 will be released on February 28 in China. It will be equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip, 5,800 mAh battery with 68W rapid charging, AMOLED display and 144Hz refresh rate and also a 64MP camera which is capable of shooting 8K video recording.

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