Xiaomi has reported that it will propel its new Mi 10 cell phones on February 13th in China with a worldwide launch to follow on February 23rd, the day preceding Mobile World Congress commences in Barcelona, Spain (through Android Authority).
The organization reported the Chinese launch on the Chinese social network Weibo and the global launch on Twitter.
The two models, which will be named the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, hope to have four back cameras and, as is progressively common, the curved screen has a hole-punch pattern for the selfie camera.
Xiaomi has just said that the Mi 10 will utilize Qualcomm’s most recent Snapdragon 865 processor. An obvious Chinese certification for the Mi 10 Pro recommends it will support 66-watt fast charging, which would simply prevail over the Oppo Reno Ace’s 65W charging speed.
As different organizations abandon their MWC plans out of coronavirus concerns, Xiaomi today repeated that it will attend the conference.
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