The JEDEC Solid State Technology Association, a global leader in the development of standards for the global microelectronics industry, has just announced the new STANDARD JESD209-5B for “Generation 5 Low Power Double Rate” (LPDDR5) DRAM memory, or LPDDR5X memory.
LPDDR5X has three major changes, including a rate increase from 6400Mbps to 8533Mbps, TX/RX equalisation for improved signal integrity, and improved reliability with new adaptive refresh management.
The mi 12, which has been rumored to be released around the end of the year, will come with the new memory specs, according to a well-known source @iIce Universe.
Meanwhile, the Mi 12 will also debut with Qualcomm’s latest flagship chip, the Snapdragon 898 (working name), which will introduce to support for LPDDR5X memory.
It’s worth noting that in addition to the memory upgrade, the Snapdragon 898 will also have a significant performance increase. Previously, it was announced that it will use the 1+3+2+2 quad-cluster architecture, with a 3.09GHz X2 supercore, and the Antutur will break the million mark for the first time.
It is worth mentioning that the technology of Snapdragon 898 will also be upgraded. Although it is not the legendary 3nm process, it will be made by Samsung and TSMC’s 4nm process. The overall power consumption and calorific value will be reduced to a certain extent and the reputation of Snapdragon 888 will be reversed.
Besides that it will first carry Snapdragon 898, previously reported also show Xiaomi mi 12 series world debut is expected to be 200 million pixels main perturbation, reported that the sensor will also have large native 1 inch of bottom, which is now known in the industry’s most bottoms, at the same time will also support 16 pixels combination technology, to achieve the equivalent of 1200 pixels.
This means that the sensor has increased light intake and image capture capabilities from the original 1-inch bottom, resulting in top quality day and night shots.