Android will probably reveal the health of the internal memory chip in the phones soon

This feature may exist in Android 15.

Google is working on a new feature to show the health of the storage space of the Android based phones.

Since today smartphones are used more and more for daily tasks, there is a possibility of some components breaking down. In this way, it seems that Google is working on creating better support for showing the status of Android phone components, especially storage.

Battery health statistics is not yet an option. Many Android phones can show the health of the battery; Such as Samsung and OnePlus phones. However, Android itself does not support this feature. Google also shows the number of battery cycles, but only on newer devices.

Now apparently, Android is getting ready to support display of storage memory health in phones. According to AndroidAuthority, a new API has been spotted in the Android 15 beta version that can show the health of the storage memory chip in Android phones. This feature shows the health of the chip based on the UFS chips indicators by mentioning the percentage. So it is expected that Google will bring this feature to this version of its operating system.

Pixel phones demonstrate this feature with a 1% error. For example, if a Pixel phone has a memory health of 98%, this feature will show memory health at 99%. However, some other devices show memory health with a 10% margin of error; For example, a device with 92 percent storage health will report 100 percent.

Other potential features in Android 15

It's unclear exactly when we'll see this feature implemented, but it's likely to be in Android 15. This version of the OS will probably have various other features as well. Each new version of Android somehow tries to deepen the integration of AI and machine learning. Android 15 may use artificial intelligence to make smarter suggestions, improve input text prediction, or improve features like Google Assistant. In addition, new features and improvements may be introduced to protect users against malware, phishing attacks and other security threats.