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Xiaomi to introduce Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro in China tomorrow

Xiaomi’s Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro to get launched in China tomorrow

Xiaomi will be introducing new phones Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro in China tomorrow, ie. Feb 13, 2020. The company and its officials have already released much of the info through teasers, so it is left to be seen what new detail comes up tomorrow. The specs of the phones have been released at major websites and blogs already ahead of their official launch. The phone is being hailed as very promising in all quarters.

The company CEO and co-founder, Lei Jun, has confirmed that the Mi 10 phone will have a 90 Hz refresh rate display. At the same time, the charging rates will be up to 50 Watts. The Weibo accounts of Xiaomi have been equally upfront about the specs and thrills of the new device from the house of Xiaomi. The teasers have surfaced many technical features about the upcoming flagship phone, which has got a curved display with a hole-punch plus the support for 8 K video capture. It will additionally be paired with primary storage of 8 GB if you talk about the RAM.

The screen of the Xiaomi Mi 10 and that of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro also will be of the AMOLED type, and this panel promises the maximum brightness at 1120 nits. Not just this high level of brightness, but amazing brightness adjustment also. The display is rumored to be able to reach 4,096 levels of adjustment when it comes to the automatic brightness. On top of that, the new flagship phones by Xiaomi give their users a contrast ratio of 5000000:1. There is the ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor from Samsung, which has been inserted.

There is a hole punch, as can be seen in the teasers. There is a hole for the selfie camera in the top left corner. The display is also expected to have a 180 Hz touch sampling rate. This is a sufficient sampling range to reduce the amount of input lag. The Chinese device has also been equipped with TUV-Rheinland certification, which acts as strong protection against the exposure to blue light. Moreover, the panel has been accompanied by the support to HDR 10+ and associates with itself the color gamut support for DCI-P3.

On the one hand, the teaser carefully touches upon the design of the phone and its built, while on the other hand, a photo has also taken the tech community by surprise, which confirms that the phone will be boasting 4,400 mAh of battery strength. For the device’s AMOLED display, the company has been keen to incorporate the best Delta E and JNCD measurements, which are the leaders of this segment in the industry in the present time.

The device is known to get the adequate charging support of 30 Watt wireless charging, which comes with the 10 Watt in reverse charging while the phone is linked to other wireless devices. The charging features are completed with the addition of a proprietary pad for charging. In addition to that, there will be a 50 W flash charge support too. The fast charge ensures that the battery would be filled to the brim in just 45 minutes. The Mi 10 would be backed up by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC.

Talking about the camera, did you notice the introduction of a quad rear camera setup? The best part of the main camera is the 108-megapixel rear camera that also indulges the ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor at work. Be it known that the sensor is a product of Samsung. While the quad is at work, we believe the Xiaomi users will be able to easily record videos of 8K resolution at a surprising pixel resolution of 7680 x 4320, which is cool. The upcoming phone is also known to be packed with dual stereo speakers which promise a nice and firm sound experience.

The complete specifications will be released on Feb 13, 2020, i.e., tomorrow once the launch gets in place. A lot of data and expert reviews must be collected before the final verdict is published on whether the phone is going to be a ‘yay’ or a ‘nay’. But that also puts weight to the details about the global presence of the phone and its pricing. It would be interesting to note what is seen in the upcoming launch.

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