The Mi 10 will house a 4500mAh battery which will take 45 minutes to charge completely
Images also confirm a hole-punch camera on the upcoming phone
Xiaomi’s Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro launch is just a few hours from now but the company has already revealed information about the device from their social media profiles. Xiaomi revealed a lot about the display on the new phone as well as its charging prowess.
Xiaomi’s official Weibo account posted images that revealed the display’s refresh rate, battery charging capacity and other related details. The Mi 10 display will come with a 90Hz refresh rate and the company will also increase the touch sampling rate to 180Hz. This combination will ensure a smooth user experience without any input lag. The device will feature an AMOLED screen and the maximum brightness of the screen has also been bumped up to 1120 nits.
The images shared on Weibo also confirm the hole-punch camera and curved display on the upcoming phone. The Mi 10 display will also get HDR10+, a contrast ratio of 5000000:1 and DCI-P3 colour gamut support.
In terms of charging capacity, the Mi 10 will get 50W fast charging, which is one of the fastest that is available on any smartphone. Wireless charging speed is also impressive at 30W. The phone will be capable of reverse charging other smartphones at 10W. The Mi 10 will house a 4500mAh battery which will take 45 minutes to charge completely with the 50W charger.
Xiaomi’s Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro launch event will be conducted on 13 February in China. The company has also scheduled a global launch event on 23 February, one day before the MWC begins. However, the coronovirus outbreak has cast a shadow on the convention. Many prominent smartphone manufacturers and other tech companies have withdrawn from the event. The event’s organizer, GSMA will conduct a meeting on Friday to decide the fate of the entire event.
Xiaomi had put out a confirmation on Tuesday stating that the Chinese company will be participating despite growing fears of coronavirus outbreak. It also outlined the strict protocol it will follow, which has been put in place by GSMA, to avoid any spread of disease.