Two days back, we reported the leak of the Google Pixel 4a, along with its pricing and hands-on video. Now we also have the news that the storage read/write speed will be a huge upgrade from the Pixel 3a straightaway.
No, not in any possible way, Google is going to give you 128GB of storage at that price point like other OEMs. Because, you know, premium feel? 🤷♂️
Now with storage, previously, Google used eMMC chips for main storage, which are generally slower. However, this time, Google is going to use the UFS2.1 chip, manufactured by SK Hynix. This leak comes straight from XDA, where a Youtuber Julio Lusson shared an image of the bootloader of Pixel 4a.
If you check the image properly, you will see the image clearly states Ufs: 64GB SK Hynix. Moreover, you can also check that the RAM on the device is a 6Gb LPDDR4X RAM manufactured by SK Hynix. Well, the change in storage chip in Google Pixel 4a will boost up the Read/Write speed of the device, which includes installing and removing apps, copying files, etc.
It may also be possible that the final product might not get UFS after all. But Google is Google and Google can change. So fingers crossed!
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