If you feel your snazzy new Nexus 6 just isn’t performing as quickly and smoothly as it should be, Android 5.0’s default full-disk encryption could be to blame. AnandTech recently ran storage performance benchmark tests on two Nexus 6 devices: one with and one without full-disk encryption (FDE) enabled. 

The Nexus 6 comes with FDE enabled by default, which you can’t turn disable, but the site was able to grab a non-encrypted phone from Motorola.

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