The Xiaomi Mi 10 was set to be unveiled next week at MWC 2020, but the Chinese debut will actually be taking place a whole week before, with some juicy titbits imparted by the teaser poster.
There are a total of four sensors on the back, one of which is a 108MP camera which the company has already used in its Mi Mix Alpha and Mi Note 10, and which Samsung will be using in the S20. The poster also reveals that the handset will boast a curved display and a front-facing, hole punch camera.
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Specs for the Mi 10 have already leaked, with reports suggesting that the device will have a 90Hz refresh rate, despite the company recently showing off a smartphone running at 144Hz. It'll reportedly be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 chipset, and have wireless charging support.
As for those other cameras, the leaked specs from last month called the 108MP camera, and identifies the other three sensors as 48MP, 12MP, and 8MP lenses which will include ultrawide, telephoto and depth sensors.
While Xiaomi's Mi 10 reveal was set for MWC Barcelona, the event may yet be cancelled as the number of companies dropping out is growing every day. So far, LG and ZTE have been joined by Ericsson, and more recently, Sony, Amazon, and Nvidia. Today we learned that Intel is also pulling out, so the GSMA is finally holding a meeting to see if it should proceed with the event given the circumstances. You can keep with who's in and who's out right here. [XDA Developers]