Shanti Dope, 30 Sep 2020Comparable to a SD765GSD750G is slightly better than SD765G, per early benchmark test.
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2020No headphone jack no buyThe article literally shows the bottom of the phone with headphone jack. Are you a bot?
Anonymous, 30 Sep 2020OLED display, OIS & telephoto for a €280 phone?? Are you serious????Yes. Is called Mi 10 Youth Edition. Is 270€, transport included.
The prices of this phone made me feel even better for purchasing the older K30 5G, which is essentially the same phone, but much cheaper.
No AMOLED, not interested. Also, I really dislike those centered, circular frames for the camera modules.
That green-orange model looks gorgeous, though!
Anyway, in my opinion, the Mi 10 Lite is a MUCH better buy: faster and more efficient SoC, flagship quality AMOLED screen and slightly cheaper price. Sure, it doesn’t have a high refresh rate and the main camera is only 48 MP, but everything else is better.
MrBing, 30 Sep 2020How fast is SD750G though?Comparable to a SD765G
nhsabz, 30 Sep 2020I'd rather go for a 60hz AmoledMi 10T series is not intended for you. The primary motivation behind Mi10T Series is to extend the Mi 10 Series to a user community where IPS is preferred over AMOLED (OLED). Mi10T Series is not intended to provide a lower-priced alternative to the original Mi 10 Series, or to compete against the other members in the original Mi 10 Series.
The single most strategically important decision Xiaomi has made for Mi10T Series is the choice of IPS, which defines what Mi10T series is and what Mi10T series is intended for. Xiaomi is not worried about all the AMOLED-loving users because Mi10T series is never intended for those users in the first place. Mi10T Series should sell well, especially in Xiaomi's domestic market where tens of millions users are looking for a proper flagship (or a near-flagship) with an IPS display.
SA-NSA dual-mode, 30 Sep 2020No, phone-makers will not use SD690G for any main stream 5G markets, because SD690G comes with... moreThe forthcoming Redmi 10, 10A, Note 10, and Note 10 Pro will use D820, D800U, and D720, and possibly a new low-end Dimensity SoC, D600. If D600 is available at the time of launch, Redmi 10A will use D600 and will be priced close to 700CNY ($100).
Glendo, 30 Sep 2020I've never used amoled or oled. Just curious to know why you no longer want a phone with oled?Basically, coz I find it uncomfortable on the eyes especially if I use it at night in a dim room. I don't have the same issue with LCD screens. No other reason
Alex 94, 30 Sep 2020This is the proof that upcoming redmi note 10 pro will have sd 690, with probably 90hz ips screen.No, phone-makers will not use SD690G for any main stream 5G markets, because SD690G comes with an old 5G modem (x51) that does not support NSA/SA dual-mode. Per 2020 standard, a phone without full support for dual-mode NSA/SA will not be considered as a real 5G phone. (All 2019 SD855 based 5G phones, with X51 modem, will not be formally classified as 5G Phones, per 2020 standard.)
The forthcoming Redmi 10, 10A, Note 10, and Note 10 Pro will use D820, D800U, and D720.
Supports 2+1 card slot, nano-SIM + nano-SIM + microSD (512GB expandable)
(is not mentioned in specs list on GSMArena)
You won't feel any difference between OLED and LCD while you will with a too slow processor like the one on the Samsungs. Moreover LCD has a really long lifespan and is much cheaper to replace.
MI 10 Lite has a really smaller battery and a dated design that's why this MI 10T lite is more interesting
Niivelli, 30 Sep 2020Why switch? I thought OLED offered better battery life and utilised dark mode betterFor me personally, I find Oled much harder on the eyes especially at nighttime. It does look a little better overall but it's not worth the eye strain.
Aierlan, 30 Sep 2020I'm the opposite. Tired of using Oled and looking to go back to an LCD screen! Unfortunat... moreI've never used amoled or oled. Just curious to know why you no longer want a phone with oled?