Xiaomi unveiled its new flagship Mi 10 series smartphones with improved cameras, including DxOMark camera and a 108 Megapixels 8K-enabled main camera, at an event from their Beijing headquarters on Thursday.
CEO Lei Jun appeared on stage in a facemask, as China is in the grip of the coronavirus outbreak. The tech giant had to cancel its launch at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona due... Еще to fears about COVID-19.
The new series comes with great connectivity support. They are going all the way to SA (standalone) and NSA (non-standalone) 5G alongside Wi-Fi 6.
The range also delivers top-notch performance in terms of CPU, GPU, camera and AI capabilities.
The Mi 10 will be available in China on February 14 with a starting price of 3,999 yuan ($572.60; €528.60) and the Mi 10 Pro on February 18 for 4,999 yuan ($716.45; €660.80).