To check the storage type and speed of your Android phone, follow these steps:

Storage Type

  1. Open the Settings app on your Android device.
  2. Look for a section called "Storage" or "Battery & Device Care" (the location may vary depending on your device and Android version).
  3. Within this section, you should see an overview of your storage capacity and the type of storage used, such as eMMC or UFS.

Storage Read/Write Speed

  1. Download and install a third-party app like "DevCheck" from the Google Play Store.
  2. Launch the app and navigate to the "Hardware" section.
  3. Under the "Storage" section, you will find information about the storage type and capacity.
  4. To check the read/write speed, tap on the "Dashboard" and look for "CPU Status" to see the current processor speeds, which can indirectly indicate storage speed during active use.

Please note that the read/write speed shown in apps like DevCheck represents real-time performance and can vary depending on the specific task being performed. For a more accurate benchmark, you can use specialized storage speed testing apps available on the Google Play Store.

Keep in mind that while these methods can provide insights into your phone's storage type and performance, they do not replace a dedicated benchmarking tool for a comprehensive assessment of storage speed and performance.