Monday, July 22, 2024

How much space is available on my Galaxy device? With One UI 6.0, Samsung makes things clear


One user interface 6 I changed the path Calculates the size of files and internal memory. With the latest version based on Android 14, we are moving forward From binary to platform 10: The goal is to provide the end user with more correct and easily readable data.

We would like to inform you about the change in the way internal storage appears in One UI 6.0. Before One UI 6.0, the Galaxy S series’ storage capacity in the My Files app was calculated using a binary system (1 GB = 1,024 x 1,024 x 1,024 bytes). To avoid confusion in usage, and to accommodate customer requests not to display physical space, the My Files app has been updated to display physical space based on base 10 (1GB = 1000 x 1000 x 1000 bytes).

This is the way Samsung wants it Avoids Mis-understanding On the physical space occupied by One UI inside the Galaxy S. from now on 1GB will be calculated as 1000x1000x1000 bytes It is no longer 1.024×1.024×1.024 bytes. The novelty will relate to the calculation of internal memory and file sizes.

Samsung warns against Possible discrepancies:: This is the case of applications that use the binary system and which can therefore provide a different algorithmic system than the one now used by One UI 6.0.

Please note that for some apps that use binary encoding, there may be a difference in display capacity within the My Files app that uses base 10 encoding.

One UI 6.0 is currently only available in Italy on the Galaxy S23, S23 Plus, and S23 Ultra. Here you will find the list of smartphones that are supposed to receive the update soon.

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