About a few days ago, there was a leak that a new member of the Redmi Note 10 family has arrived, especially when it was listed on Xiaomi China’s official shop. Now the company is making the rumoured device official as it has released a series of features, including a 120Hz display.
In particular, Xiaomi has teased the display of the phone. Including a 120Hz display. a VC liquid cooling system and, despite being IPS LCD, it’s actually a higher-end version with DCI-P3 support. Xiaomi says the phone can be dimmed to as low as 1nit. The official resolution and peak brightness is not announced yet however.
The phone will also feature adaptive refresh rate, which, if you’re a POCO user, is familiar to you as the “Dynamic Switch” technology. This means the screen will change refresh rate to conserve battery. For example, the refresh rate for videos will be 60Hz, and while playing the game that supports 90Hz or 120Hz, will adapt to those refresh rates respectively.
Though Xiaomi has not yet announced the official name of the phone, this is more likely the Redmi Note 10 Ultra that was leaked a few days prior. In a few days, Xiaomi will hold a livestream to reveal more specs. One of the expected specs is the inclusion of a Mediatek Dimensity 1100 5G chipset.