According to reports, the new Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro will have a 144 Hz LCD display with movement interpolation.
Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro: what do we know?
Only recently, Amazon Spain has leaked the new devices of the Chinese giant with a relative price and on-board chipset; however, that leak did not confirm one of the more interesting rumors about the new phones belonging to Xiaomi’s Mi 10T line-up. What are we talking about? Simple: the 144 Hz refresh rate.
Today the leaker Digital Chat Station just reiterated that Apollo (codename for the aforementioned phones) will actually have a 144 Hz LCD; Furthermore, it appears that it will support MEMC, i.e. motion interpolation from low frame rate and high frame rate footage. For comparison, the screens of the original Mi 10 will hit 90Hz, while the 10 Ultra will hit 120Hz.
Furthermore, it seems that the hole for the selfie cam on board the new Mi 10T will be much smaller; probably, it will measure only 3.8mm in diameter. While most of Xiaomi’s phones have OLED panels with fingerprint in. display, the LCD screen on the new models indicates that the fingerprint reader is moved to the side. Beyond that, the new Mi 10T duo will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor in vanilla version; the “Pro” iteration will be equipped with a 108 Megapixel main photographic module and will cost approximately € 640; the standard version, on the other hand, will have a 64 Mpx principle sensor and a starting price of 550 €.
The Huaxing 144Hz LCD tested by Apollo engineering machine natively supports MEMC video frame supplement, 3.8mm± single hole. There is milk in the country.
— Digital Chat Station (@StationChat) September 14, 2020
The phones should have a 5000 mAh battery with support for Xiaomi’s fast charge and the resolution of the screens should be around 2400 x 1080 pixels (FullHD +). The RAM instead, should be a variable unit from 6 GB to 8 GB (depending on the model) and the storage (also variable) should have 128 or 256 GB memories.
Rumors hypothesize the presence of a third cheaper variant ( Mi 10T Lite ), but the rumors about it are still very few.
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