The head of Xiaomi confirms the premiere of the Mi 10 smartphone

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When will he debut?

Co-founder Xiaomi and president of the smartphone department Lin Bin revealed that the Chinese will be one of the first brands to launch equipment powered by the top Qualcomm Snadragon 865 processor. This smartphone will probably be Xiaomi Mi 10. Lei Jun, founder and CEO of Xiaomi said that we can expect premiere of the flagship model Mi 10 in the first quarter of 2020. This is a fairly wide range of time, but in the end we know how long you will have to wait for the official presentation of the device.

Originally, rumors were about February 11 this year. In addition, Xiaomi also announced its results of sales of equipment with Qualcomm processors – more than one went to customers 427 million pieces of mobile devices. In 2020 we are to see at least 10 different smartphones capable of connecting to 5G networks. At least according to Xiaomi.

Xiaomi Mi 10 is to be equipped with a 6.5-inch OLED display that will operate at a refresh rate at 90 Hz. The smartphone itself, thanks to the use of the new Qualcomm processor, will support connections to 5G networks. On board this equipment there will also be room for 12 GB of RAM memory. Xiaomi Mi 10 will hit the market in three capacitive variants: 128, 256 and 512 GB.

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What promises to be the most exciting in this flagship is the camera. Xiaomi Mi 10 is to use four cameras. The main sensor will have 108 megapixels. The whole will be complemented by a wide-angle lens with a resolution of 48 Mpix, and the remaining "eyes" will have a resolution of 12 and 8 megapixels. She will be responsible for long operation on one charge battery with a capacity of 4500 mAh with fast charging 48W.

Currently, unfortunately, it is not known how much you will have to pay for individual variants of the new flagship from Xiaomi.

However, it can be expected that, like most of the company's devices, the phone will be available in stores at a very affordable price.

Source: Gizmochina