The Xiaomi Mi 10 will be unveiled tomorrow February 13, but its secrets are not too many. For those who may still have some doubts about its design, this hands-on video is going to put an end to them.
The released video is short, but enough to clarify several points regarding the design of the Xiaomi Mi 10. A curved screen with very small margins and the “hole in the screen” for the front camera is confirmed.
At the rear, we have an alignment of cameras inspired by the Mi Note 10. These will be aligned vertically and depending on how the light strikes the rear, the module will appear larger than it really is.
One of the highlights of this video is the speed that the screen of the Xiaomi Mi 10 transmits to us. The publisher of this video paid special attention to the smartphone screen and the smoothness of its transitions.
This is due to its 90Hz refresh rate, one of the highest recorded in the mobile market today. With this refresh rate, we have a feeling of speed in its use that few will be able to match.
In short, this means that the screen will be able to update its image 90 times per second. It is a refresh rate that we are used to seeing on gaming monitors, but which will start to be the norm on high-end smartphones (alongside 120Hz).
Xiaomi Mi 10 has everything to be a success in the market
At a time when the main flagships are approaching $1,000 the Xiaomi Mi 10 is a smartphone that has everything to be successful. This model will have specifications similar to models like the Galaxy S20, however, it will cost half.
The CEO of the company has already stated that the Mi 10 will be more expensive than its predecessors. Still, its price may be around $600.