Xiaomi Mi 10 solves Rubik Cube puzzle in just 1.43 seconds


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Xiaomi will unveil the Mi 10 and 10 Pro smartphones on Thursday, February 13. With just a few days away from the official launch the company is running a promotional campaign to gather attention over their upcoming flagships. Early today, we saw a little video teaser where the Mi 10 was able to calculate 10 million digits after Pi’s decimal point in 36.8 seconds. That doubles the capacity of a Intel-powered laptop as shown in the teaser. Now, the company decided to put another task on Mi 10’s “shoulders”.

The second promotional video shows the Mi 10 takin on a Rubik’s Cube world champion and coming out on top. The video in question was shared by no one else than Lei Jun, the company’s CEO. The teaser pits world champion, Du Yusheng, against robotic arms powered by the Mi 10 which in turn is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC.

Worth noting that the record time for solving a Rubik’s Cube is actually 3.47 seconds. Du Yusheng’s own record is 6.47 seconds. However, the Mi 10 powered robot, the battle is even over before you know as the robot completes the challenge in just 1.43 seconds. Thus winning over the world’s champion and the world record as well. We can’t say how this will actually translate in real-life usage. However, we expect to see some mind-blowing coming from these smartphones and Qualcomm’s latest offering for the high-end grade.

The Mi 10 duo will go official this week in China, a global launch will happen at MWC 2020

The Mi 10 and 10 Pro will go official at an online-only event on Thursday, February 13 in China. It will then get a global launch in Spain on February 23. However, this still needs confirmation, after all, many companies are canceling their appearance at MWC 2020. We won’t be surprised if Xiaomi decides to skip the global event as well.

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