I remember ten years ago in Android I would go to settings - encrypt disk - to protect all my data. That was different to a screen lock password.
However, I just bought a new Samsung Galaxy A23 phone and there is no option anywhere in settings to encrypt the disk. There is only a screen lock (face, fingerprint, pin, password).
Are Android phones these days not encryptable any more - or is all my data encrypted by the screen lock in the 2020s?
Furthermore, assuming the screen lock does encrypt the disk, there is an option to factory reset the phone after 15 failed attempts. But I assume that does nothing if someone has direct access to the disk itself.