Lol, 12 Sep 2020What about privacy,..,. U can't trust mi mobiles.....You can't truly trust any company 100 percent, some are just better at hiding their activities
The selling point is SD865, 144Hz IPS panel and 108MP camera with improved computational photography algorithm, addressing a lower price segment: $600.
Different phones will offer you different kind of imagination regarding the attitude of the designers behind the phones. Some phones are designed with love and enthusiasm, such as for K30Ultra and Mi10Ultra; while others with a cool business calculation, such as for Mi10T; or with a sense of resignation, such as for most of the 2020 4G phones.
VectorR, 12 Sep 2020Quite scary rear camera design :). A kind of Cyclop-spider... brr. I remember iPhone 11 Pro co... moreA Cyclops has one eye you dingbat and spiders quite obviously don't , the least a spider has is 2
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2020i still miss the mi 10T pro ultra+ 5G extra Super UHD 1TB Lite versionDon't forget max premium XD
wrong name....not Xiaomi 10t...maybe, redmi 10t.
with amoled it would be a very complete phone, maybe TOO complete.
Quite scary rear camera design :). A kind of Cyclop-spider... brr. I remember iPhone 11 Pro complaints in this regard...
i still miss the mi 10T pro ultra+ 5G extra Super UHD 1TB Lite version
Dave467, 12 Sep 2020This exactly. My 9t cost almost half this.
Plus it's a mix. I get a bigger screen... B... moreSorry but right now this is enough...
Mi 9T ? Lol. Older (SW), slower (including that was midrange VS this should be flagship SOC), smaller screen, slower charging. Camera may be better here too. 5G. Screen type of 10T isn't yet known for sure (some say this, some that). On top of it price comparison is completely wrong - find out yourself If you can.
Buy another, at least there will be less stupid comments next time.
Anonymous, 12 Sep 2020Most of the laptops today have more than 100% sRGB coverage, a lot of them even exceed 200% li... moreYou sure? Cheap gaming laptops can't even cover 90% sRGB or 50% P3 color space.
And hey, phones these days are starting to cover P3 color space. iPhone 11 covers the whole P3 color space.
JJC, 11 Sep 2020550 euro! Works just over £500! My 9t cost £245. I'll be sticking with that for now and ... moreThis exactly. My 9t cost almost half this.
Plus it's a mix. I get a bigger screen... But loose some with punchole, worse pixel density, no amoled. Least the refresh rates better I guess.
Gorilla glass 5 to gorilla glass. Anyway besides the camera and CPU bump seems a huge price increase. I'll look for another manufacturer.
Why the hell do they use the same display size for all their devices?
MrKing, 12 Sep 2020Try harder troll. No laptop exceeds 100% sRGB or P3 coverage, 270Hz display is capped to 10... moreMost of the laptops today have more than 100% sRGB coverage, a lot of them even exceed 200% like alienware m15, Razer Blade, Dell XPS, etc.
vbrntn, 12 Sep 2020What he was saying was the 270Hz touch response rate... And there are phones that can capture ... moreWhat about 4K resolution?
No phone other than Sony Xperia has a 4K display. No phone also exceeds 100% sRGB coverage literally.
And only covering sRGB is what many phones can do these days. P3 color space is wider. Of course Adobe RGB is the best, but it's not a graphics design device.
I'd rather have them go with a sensor lower than 50MP maybe even 16MP with the same size as the 108MP at 1/1.33 or bigger. You get better low light and dynamic range with those bigger pixels. Even 8K or 4K on the best phones don't look as sharp as actual DSLR or Mirrorless so might as well just get better at other things than aim for resolution that doesn't look great cropping in. Canon made a 1/1.8 sensor for lowlight with 4.1 µm pixels so why not have that as the extra camera instead of macro or depth. It's way more useful .
MrKing, 12 Sep 2020Try harder troll. No laptop exceeds 100% sRGB or P3 coverage, 270Hz display is capped to 10... moreWhat he was saying was the 270Hz touch response rate... And there are phones that can capture more colors than iPhone like the ROG Phone 2/3, Sharp R5G, and some other phones with 8+2 bit screens.