Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun said on Thursday evening that Xiaomi Mi 10 will come standard with LPDDR5 memory, and suppliers will include not only Micron, but also Samsung.
Yesterday, Micron Technology announced that the world's first low-power LPDDR5 DRAM chip has been mass-produced and will be used in the high-end smartphone market. Micron Technology also announced that the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 is the first mobile phone equipped with LPDDR5 memory.
Lei Jun said on Weibo that LPDDR5 is a leapfrog upgrade and has a huge impact on the improvement of smartphone performance.
Lei Jun said that in February last year, JEDEC released the LPDDR5 memory standard, which was increased from 3200Mbps to 5500Mbps compared to the LPDDR4 standard in 2014, and it can transmit 44GB of data per second.
LPDDR5 uses a 16-bank programmable and multi-clock architecture and introduces Data-Copy and Write-X instructions to reduce power consumption and link ECC error correction, he said.