The next Xiaomi flagship, the Mi 10, continues to be talked about in China. This time the news comes directly from Xiaomi's product manager, Wang Teng, from the Chinese social media Weibo.
Xiaomi Mi 10: The product manager "confirms" the on-screen camera
Wang Teng has in fact shared a post in which he recommended what to do at home during the Chinese New Year, without realizing that at the same time he made us understand that he was using a Xiaomi Mi 10.
But that's not the only data we got from the post. If we check the image carefully we can in fact see that there is a void in the portion of the screen at the top left. As some of you may have already understood, this means that at least one camera has been placed in the display at that point.
Now it is not clear if it is a single hole or a double one, although most of the speculations leaked to date suggest the presence of only one camera.
As for the other specifications, the Chinese blogger who shared the news added that the Xiaomi Mi 10 will adopt a curved Samsung AMOLED screen on the sides with a refresh rate of 90Hz; therefore lower than the 120Hz that we expected. While behind it we will find a total of four cameras with the main one having 108MP resolution, or the Samsung ISOCELL HMX sensor.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 will then be equipped with the most recent and performing Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, coupled with at least 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.0 internal memory (the fastest). Obviously there will be support for next-generation 5G connectivity with a dual mode Snapdragon X55 modem; therefore it works with both SA and NSA networks.
Finally, regarding the presentation date, this has not yet been made official, although it is almost certain that the smartphone will be presented on February 11 in a event exclusively online due to Coronavirus.