Pending the official presentation of the Xiaomi Mi 10, already scheduled for tomorrow February 13, today we are going to discover some further details on the screen that we will find on board the next Chinese flagship.
Xiaomi Mi 10: Here are all the details on the 90hz AMOLED display
Let's start with perhaps the most important factor in a display, or the panel technology used. Here Xiaomi does not surprise us as we find the typical quality Samsung screen with AMOLED technology. The upgrade compared to the previous generation lies instead in the refresh rate which now rises to 90hz, while the touch sampling rate is 180Hz. We will have a maximum brightness of 1120 nits, support for the HDR10 + standard and dynamic contrast of 5000000: 1.
The display will then be accompanied by DC dimming technology to tire the eyes less especially when using the smartphone in the dark, as well as German Rheinland technology which decreases the amount of blue light emitted; here too to improve the viewing experience.
The co-founder and president of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, has also made it known that the screen has been calibrated to show the colors as accurately as possible. In particular, we talk about the JNCD (Just-Noticeable Color Difference, the smallest unit that the human eye can distinguish between color changes) and △ E (Delta E, the measure of the change in the visual perception of two given colors).
For the first, Lei Jun ensures that the smartphone shows a JNCD less than 0.55, while the △ E is less than 1.11. In comparison, a flagship like the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has a JNCD <1 and a △ E less than 3.93. So the colors of the Xiaomi Mi 10 should be much more accurate than those of the competitors.
Finally, still with regard to the display, Xiaomi has revealed that the camera inside the display has one of the smallest holes ever seen on the market, with a diameter of only 3,84mm, about 1 millimeter less when compared to other flagships currently on the market (at least according to Xiaomi).
As for the other specifications, the Xiaomi Mi 10 will be equipped with a total of four rear cameras. These include a 108MP main sensor, the famous Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX which we also find on Xiaomi Mi Note 10 with a size of well 1 / 1.3 inches. The main camera will then have both EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) and OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), therefore both electronic and optical.
In any case, the 108MP photos will not have immense dimensions as the device will be able to convert to the HEIF format, an efficient format based on the HEVC encoder that can reduce the file size by at least 50% while maintaining the same quality of the 'image. The smartphone can also zoom up to 50X and shoot videos in 8K resolution.
Moving inside the Mi 10 we find instead a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, a minimum of 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM, internal UFS 3.0 memory with new generation Turbo Write and much more.