Recently, Xiaomi introduced not only Xiaomi’s flagship smartphones Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro, but also the younger model Mi 10T Lite, which was the world’s first device based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G single crystal system.
It was not mentioned during the presentation, but the information was found on the official website after the conference. It turns out that Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite versions with different volumes of built-in flash memory differ not only in its volume but also in the standard.
To be more precise, Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite with 64GB of flash memory has UFS 2.1 memory, and the version with 128GB uses UFS 2.2 flash memory.
The JEDEC Association for Standardization of Semiconductor Products introduced the UFS 2.2 standard only in August this year. One of the distinguishing features of UFS 2.2 memory is the support for Write Booster technology, which is said to significantly improve memory write speeds. In practice, this should have a very positive impact on the performance of the smartphone in various tasks.
It is worth adding that Mi 10T Lite with 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of flash memory is offered for 280 euros, and the older version will cost 330 euros.