- Tram Ho
Vsmart Live 4 is the newest cheap product of VinSmart to replace the Vsmart Live launched last year. At first glance, Vsmart Live 4 and Vsmart Live do not have too many changes in configuration, when both are equipped with Snapdragon 675 chip, 4 / 6GB RAM and 64GB internal memory. Therefore, many people will assume that Vsmart Live 4 will not bring any performance improvements compared to its predecessor.
Vsmart Live 4 is equipped with Snapdragon 675 chip similar to the first generation.
In reality, however, Vsmart Live 4 still has a hardware upgrade that you didn’t realize, but brought a significant performance improvement – the internal memory standard. In the low-cost segment, most smartphones use eMMC – the “popular” memory standard, but the read / write speed is not really fast. Meanwhile, high-end Android smartphones all use the UFS standard, for significantly faster speeds.
The first generation Vsmart Live, like many other low-cost products, uses the eMMC standard internal memory. However, on Live 4, the Vietnamese smartphone maker has officially switched to using the faster UFS standard.
Tested with AndroBench software, Vsmart Live 4 can achieve Sequential Read speed near 500MB / s. On the first generation Vsmart Live, this figure was only about 300MB / s. Based on this speed, it can be predicted that Vsmart Live 4 uses UFS 2.0 internal memory.
The internal memory of Vsmart Live 4 is upgraded to UFS standard (possibly 2.0), for sequential read speed of nearly 500MB / s.
Compared with a smartphone using eMMC internal memory such as Vsmart Active 3 (right), it can be seen that the reading speed of Vsmart Live 4 is significantly faster.
We can once again confirm that Vsmart uses the internal UFS 2.0 memory when entering the fastboot mode of the machine.
Vsmart Live 4’s fastboot mode confirms its UFS internal memory usage.
The fact that VinSmart brings its cheap products with this technology is very welcome. Because not only CPU or RAM, but internal memory also plays a huge role in system performance. Similar to the HDD or SSD on a computer, the high-speed internal memory will help the operating system and applications to boot and execute tasks faster.
Source : Genk