Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G will have an extended 2GB virtual RAM!
If you’re onto computers, virtual RAM is not something new on PCs and now it is finally reaching smartphones. The first smartphone brand who did it was vivo, bringing an extended RAM feature on its OriginOS and migrated to the FuntouchOS 11. Today, we got a report that Xiaomi's Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G will be the first Xiaomi smartphone to get an extended RAM feature update.
The Redmi Note 10 Pro 5G is considered as the premium midrange smartphone with Dimensity 1100 chipset coupled with either a 6GB or an 8GB of RAM. Now with the new virtual RAM feature update, the system will increase the internal RAM amount from 6GB to 8GB or 10GB respectively. Although virtual RAM isn’t the same as physical RAM, it can still bring some improvements.
Speaking about the update, the space needed for the patch is relatively small. We are expecting Xiaomi to roll out this update feature to more smartphones soon when the MIUI 13 OS update is introduced. But still, it requires some internal storage and reading speeds such as those based on UFS 2.1 standard and above. storage with decent reading speeds such as those based on UFS 2.1 standard and above.
As of now, there’s still no official information on the official release dates for other XIaomi smartphones, so do take this with a pinch of salt. What do you think of this new virtual RAM update feature? Let us know on our Facebook page, and for more updates like this, stay tuned to TechNave.com.