Solid State Drives (SSDs) are known for providing lightning-fast storage speeds in computers, laptops, gaming consoles, and other devices. iPhones have had solid-state drives (SSDs) for a long time, but Android phones now feature Universal Flash Storage (UFS). This sort of storage is quick, though not as quick as SSDs.
The Lenovo Legion Y90, an upcoming gaming phone, is set to change that. The Chinese gaming phone will be the first Android phone in the world to use a RAID 0 configuration that efficiently combines SSD and UFS 3.1 memory.
By having two drives functioning at the same time, a RAID 0 system improves storage performance. It can simultaneously write bits of data to each storage type. Lenovo claims that this configuration will increase storage speed by up to 50%.
RAID 0 has been around for a while in PCs and laptops, but this is the first time we’ll see it on a commercially available smartphone.
Specifications and Availability
In terms of availability, the Lenovo Legion Y90 will be available in China on February 28. It will have a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, LPDDR5 RAM, a gigantic 5,800 mAh battery with 68W rapid charging, a 144Hz AMOLED display, and a 64MP camera capable of 8K video recording.