1. Charkatak's Avatar
    Hi all!

    Users with DTEK60 could you please install free app to test storage speed? I just want to see if storage speed similar or maybe better than on my Note 5.

    Here is the link for the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...da.androbench2

    Once installed, tap on "Micro" or if you like, you can "run all" and it will do storage speed test and provide you with the results - please post them here. Below is the screenshot of results from my Note 5
    Storage speed testing - Androbench app-smartselectimage_2016-11-07-15-59-25.png
    Thanks in advance.
    11-07-16 07:08 PM
  2. tickerguy's Avatar
    Here ya go
    Attached Thumbnails Storage speed testing - Androbench app-15643.jpg  
    11-07-16 08:21 PM
  3. krazyatom's Avatar
    I got dtek50 results if you want?
    11-07-16 08:24 PM
  4. Charkatak's Avatar
    Here ya go
    Thanks! Was the sequential write 74.44MB/s? - difficult to see.
    11-07-16 08:28 PM
  5. Charkatak's Avatar
    I got dtek50 results if you want?
    Yes, please do - for comparison.
    11-07-16 08:28 PM
  6. krazyatom's Avatar
    My godly DTEK50!

    11-07-16 08:33 PM
  7. tickerguy's Avatar
    Yes
    11-07-16 08:35 PM
  8. tickerguy's Avatar
    Second run full this time fair bit of variation here....
    Attached Thumbnails Storage speed testing - Androbench app-15644.jpg  
    11-07-16 08:39 PM
  9. krazyatom's Avatar
    Moto x pure 2015

    11-07-16 08:41 PM
  10. Charkatak's Avatar
    Looks like Samsung phones have faster storage than other brands. I read somewhere that they use UFS 2.0
    11-07-16 08:48 PM
  11. Charkatak's Avatar
    Yes, some difference there.
    11-07-16 08:49 PM
  12. krazyatom's Avatar
    I'll go home and check my s7.
    11-07-16 08:50 PM
  13. Randal Yandal's Avatar
    Looks like Samsung phones have faster storage than other brands. I read somewhere that they use UFS 2.0
    Does it matter if the cpu in the note 5 is half as fast as the one in the dtek60?
    11-07-16 08:53 PM
  14. Charkatak's Avatar
    In this test I believe CPU shouldn't matter as flash storage is being checked.
    11-07-16 09:05 PM
  15. krazyatom's Avatar
    Samsung Galaxy S7

    11-07-16 09:40 PM
  16. tickerguy's Avatar
    Does it matter if the cpu in the note 5 is half as fast as the one in the dtek60?
    No; this is largely a function of the filesystem formatting that is used. The kernel on all Android devices is Linux and there are a number of filesystem choices available under it. That choice has a major impact on performance. In addition there is *some* impact that comes from the choice of flash chipset and of course the driver for it.
    11-07-16 09:42 PM
  17. Charkatak's Avatar
    So looks like Galaxy S7 does better in Sequential Read and Random Read compared to Note 5.
    11-07-16 11:15 PM
  18. krazyatom's Avatar
    So looks like Galaxy S7 does better in Sequential Read and Random Read compared to Note 5.
    I wonder why Samsung read/write is faster than other brands. Better optimization?
    11-07-16 11:17 PM
  19. tickerguy's Avatar
    Probably the filesystem choice. I don't know what the various devices are using. It could also be the flash used, and how fast it is, although that's a big difference and is probably filesystem rather than flash chip related.
    11-07-16 11:20 PM
  20. thurask's Avatar
    If I remember correctly the iPhone 7 with NVMe is still king of the roost.
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    11-07-16 11:20 PM
  21. krazyatom's Avatar
    Probably the filesystem choice. I don't know what the various devices are using. It could also be the flash used, and how fast it is, although that's a big difference and is probably filesystem rather than flash chip related.
    Blackberry usually use high grade flash memory but I am not sure about DTEK60 since they're made my TLC.
    11-07-16 11:28 PM
  22. Charkatak's Avatar
    Blackberry usually use high grade flash memory but I am not sure about DTEK60 since they're made my TLC.
    When I tested ZTE Axon 7(which mentions UFS 2.0 in the specs) it was not too far from my Note 5's score.
    11-07-16 11:34 PM
  23. krazyatom's Avatar
    When I tested ZTE Axon 7(which mentions UFS 2.0 in the specs) it was not too far from my Note 5's score.
    One of the reviewer said oneplus 3 has :

    The internal memory is fast, too, offering 367MB/sec write and 175MB/sec read speeds. This beats HDD performance.
    Read more at OnePlus 3 review: Now in gold, but it's not as cheap anymore

    source:

    OnePlus 3 ? Performance
    11-07-16 11:39 PM
  24. Charkatak's Avatar
    One of the reviewer said oneplus 3 has :

    The internal memory is fast, too, offering 367MB/sec write and 175MB/sec read speeds. This beats HDD performance.
    Read more at OnePlus 3 review: Now in gold, but it's not as cheap anymore

    source:

    OnePlus 3 ? Performance
    Chinese manufacturers do make some progress. I think soon they may go neck to neck with big OEMs.
    11-07-16 11:41 PM
  25. Mirko935's Avatar
    Here's my Priv.
    Storage speed testing - Androbench app-screenshot_20161108-095411.jpg
    Charkatak likes this.
    11-08-16 03:58 AM

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