iPhone overtakes Android in terms of average storage capacity, but the gap is rapidly shrinking

Storage capacity is one of those smartphone metrics that is constantly changing. According to Counterpoint Research, the average amount of storage in Android devices reached 96GB in the last quarter of last year, significantly less than the 141GB average shown by iOS-based smartphones. However, given the speed with which competitors are pulling up to Apple, it is clear that the gap will soon be closed.
According to the report, iOS devices saw a 5.6 percent increase in storage over the past year, while Android smartphones showed a 20.5 percent increase. Perhaps the reason for such a big difference is the reluctance of Apple engineers to significantly increase the volume of their own branded smartphone storage. At this time, other manufacturers prefer to build up volumes, and one of their main competitors, Samsung, has long been selling devices with 1TB of storage.