A new line of Samsung Galaxy S23 smartphones was recently launched, which has three models.
The range consists of the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus and the top model Galaxy S23 Ultra.
All phones ship with Android 13 and Samsung’s One UI software, and this combination has been found to use around 60GB of storage to install Android.
On a Samsung Galaxy S23 model with 128 GB of storage, 60 GB for installing Android is almost half of the available storage on the device.
The Galaxy S23 is available with 128GB or 256GB of storage, the Galaxy S23 Plus with 256GB or 512GB, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra with 256GB, 512GB or 1TB OS.
In comparison, the Google Pixel 7 Pro smartphone uses 15 GB of storage on the phone to install Android. Samsung uses four times as much Android storage on its Galaxy S23 as the Pixel 7 Pro, as well as twice as much space as installing Windows 11.
The news is in the Ars Technica report, and you can see more details about what they found about the storage used for One UI and Android 13 on the Galaxy S23 line of phones at the link below.
Source Ars Tehinka
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