When Amazon Spain leaked the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro, it revealed their prices and chipsets. However, that leak did not confirm one of the more interesting rumors about the new T-phones, the 144Hz display.
Now leakster Digital Chat Station reiterates that the Apollo – that’s the code name for the 10T models – will indeed have a 144Hz LCD. It will support MEMC, aka motion interpolation from low frame rate footage to high frame rate. For comparison, the screens on the original Mi 10 top out at 90Hz and even the Mi 10 Ultra only goes up to 120Hz.Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro (left) and Mi 10T (right)
Also, the punch hole for the selfie camera will be fairly small, measuring about 3.8 mm in diameter. While most Mi 10 phones have OLED panels with under display fingerprint readers, the LCD on the T-phones means that the reader is moving to the side.
Those things aside, the Mi 10T duo will have Snapdragon 865 chipsets (no plus). The Mi 10T Pro will feature 108MP main module and will start at €640, the Mi 10T Pro will have a 64MP sensor and will go for €550.
Thing is some experience it and some not at all. You may also treat your screen right, on the other hand no need to care (bother) about displaying same icons brightness etc. on LCD. I'm just saying it may happen, not trying to fight this battle.
Well then probably my 3 years old Galaxy S7 with no single screen problem is under God's protection and is the chosen one. Thank God.