Xiaomi Mi 12 will be the next flagship of Lei Jun’s company and it has already been talked about for months. Luckily, the device won’t debut until 2022 and that’s a good thing. Considering the chip crisis, which however seems to be slowly resolving, and the amount of devices that come out every year, a little break is good for us. In any case, some new information about the Mi 12 has emerged, in particular referring to the RAM memory that it will integrate. These are rumors, although they come from reliable Chinese sources. Let’s take a look at the details.

We have confirmation that the Xiaomi Mi 12 will be equipped with a JEDEC memory type LPDDR5X with speeds up to 8533 Mbps. Lightning in the hand!

According to the information shared by. Ice Universe, Xiaomi Mi 12 will be equipped with a JEDEC RAM of LPDDR5X type. This is a next generation RAM that was unveiled just yesterday by JEDEC. So, before we see the news regarding the Xiaomi smartphone, let’s see what this RAM is capable of. The company announced today the release of JESD209-5B which includes both an upgrade to the LPDDR5 standard focused on improving performance, power and flexibility, as well as a new LPDDR5X standard.

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LPDDR5X is designed to significantly increase memory speed and efficiency for a variety of uses, including mobile devices such as 5G smartphones and artificial intelligence (AI) applications. Key updates to this latest version of LPDDR5 include:

That said, the Xiaomi Mi 12 will feature LPDDR5X RAM from JEDEC. At the same time, the device will feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 898 processor (which we knew as Snapdragon 895). It is worth noting that in addition to the update of memory support, the powers will also increase significantly. Previous news said that the SoC will adopt a four-cluster architecture 1 + 3 + 2 + 2 with a frequency of 3.09 GHz and with the X2 super core. Even in terms of photography, the Mi 12 will be a bomb thanks to a 192-megapixel sensor.

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It is understood that all the information leaked so far regarding the smartphone is not meant to be official. The company’s executives have not confirmed anything and until proven otherwise, these are just leaks.