It is a fact that the results of a metro program can usually not give a clear picture of how a device works in its everyday use. It is a useful tool for the smartphone's performance in specific areas. The result of the AnTuTu Metroprogram is currently the most valid and the program is among the top 5 of its kind. AnTuTu has recently published the results of the measurements of different flags and we are particularly interested in seeing the top ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G .
Axon 10 Pro 5G round up the first position of the score, in front of the other models have the same processor – Snapdragon 855. This device takes the lead thanks to the much faster memory. ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G uses the latest F2FS file system originally designed by Samsung for use in flash memory. This makes it much faster than the "classic" ext4 file system used by the majority of Android devices and its design was made for its use on traditional hard drives (HDD)
Unfortunately, Samsung did not use F2FS in its own flagship (eg Galaxy S10 +) and instead attached to the ext4 file system. Google's Pixel 3 will also adopt F2FS, but it will be a unit built around Snapdragon 845 and therefore cannot be compared directly with this year's flagship
Storage system for Axon 10 Pro 5G achieved 50% better performance than other flags. However, we should not overlook the fact that this phone adopts SanDisk iNAND 8521 memory with 64-layer 3D NAND technology, which generally has better performance in serial and random access. The theoretical serial writing speed is 500MB / s when the average speed of comparable performance devices is 200-250MB / s. / Output Instructions per second (IOPS) are the numbers fantastic. 5.314 IOPS and 2,527 IOPS in Random Read and Write Commands, twice the contest
ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G is expected to be officially released in China on May 6.