According to Realme, the Snapdragon 8 + uses TSMC’s 4nm process to reduce power consumption by 30% while increasing CPU performance by 10% and GPU frequency by 10%. The first LPDDR5X of RealMe’s GT2 Master Explorer will consume 20% less power than its predecessor.
Earlier today, digital blogger @digitchat reported that official data showed that the LPDDR5X consumes 20 percent less power than the LPDDR5, 20 percent less power for short videos, 25 percent less power for long videos and 30 percent less power for games. In addition, the poster also shows that the machine uses UFS 3.1 storage.
At the same time, the blogger replied to the netizen’s comments that this is only the reduced power consumption of memory, the power consumption of the whole machine will not be reduced so much.
According to the blogger’s previous revelations and access information, RealMe GT2 Master Discovery edition is 8.2mm thick, weighs 199g, uses 6.7-inch 2412×1080 resolution 120Hz high-brush AMOLED flexible straight screen, equipped with 4880mAh (nominal 5000mAh) dual cell battery, supports 100W quick charge, front 16MP lens, rear 50MP + 50MP + 2MP lens.
In addition, digital blogger @Fwei revealed that RealMe GT2 Master Explorer uses Meguiar LPDDR5X memory.
The all-new LPDDR5X is a memory standard officially released by the JEDEC Solid-state Storage Association at the end of July 2021, developed by JEDEC’s JC-42.6 Low-power Memory Subcommittee. Compared with LPDDR5, it has been improved in the following three aspects:
1. Bandwidth increased from 6400MT/s to 8533MT/s;
2.TX/ RX equalization improves signal integrity;
3. Improved reliability through the new adaptive refresh management.
Currently, both Samsung and Micron have achieved mass production of LPDDR5X memory. Samsung officially announced the LPDDR5X in November last year, calling it the industry’s first 14-nanomat-based next-generation mobile DRAM. It is the fastest of Samsung’s existing mobile DRAM models at up to 8.5Gbps, about 1.3 times faster than the previous generation LPDDR5 at 6.4Gbps. For its part, Micron announced in November that Mediatek had verified micron’s LPDDR5X memory on its latest flagship chipset, Dimensity 9000, successfully testing micron’s 7.5GB/s and 8.533GB/s samples.