2 add missing "not" (question asks about difference, so it's _not_ clear); spelling
source | link

The Flash A25L032 has a normal read mode and a fast read mode. It also has dual and quad read modes that are self explainatory-explanatory. However, the difference between the normal and fast modemodes is not at all clear.

What makes fast mode fast? since they both use a single MISO of SPI anyway? Their timing diagrams are below:

enter image description here

Fast read:

enter image description here

The Flash A25L032 has a normal read mode and a fast read mode. It also has dual and quad read modes that are self explainatory. However, the difference between the normal and fast mode is at all clear.

What makes fast mode fast? since they both use a single MISO of SPI anyway? Their timing diagrams are below:

enter image description here

Fast read:

enter image description here

The Flash A25L032 has a normal read mode and a fast read mode. It also has dual and quad read modes that are self-explanatory. However, the difference between the normal and fast modes is not at all clear.

What makes fast mode fast? since they both use a single MISO of SPI anyway? Their timing diagrams are below:

enter image description here

Fast read:

enter image description here

    Tweeted twitter.com/StackElectronix/status/741788112007876609
1
source | link

What is the difference between "normal read" and "fast read" in the flash A25L032

The Flash A25L032 has a normal read mode and a fast read mode. It also has dual and quad read modes that are self explainatory. However, the difference between the normal and fast mode is at all clear.

What makes fast mode fast? since they both use a single MISO of SPI anyway? Their timing diagrams are below:

enter image description here

Fast read:

enter image description here