Xiaomi is about to unveil its Mi 10T series, and we expect two flagships on stage - the Mi 10T and the Mi 10T Pro. A Mi 10T Lite might be joining them too - we've heard less about that one, but that's likely down to its mid-range nature.
The event is scheduled for 12 noon UTC and will be streamed live for all fans to enjoy. We’ve embedded the video below so you can tune in from the comfort of your home or office.
The two are expected to pack 6.67" screens with 144Hz refresh rate. This means the fingerprint scanner is on the side rather than being under the screen.
The Mi 10 Lite is more of a mystery - we've heard of a Snapdragon 750G chipset, complete with 5G support and a price tag of €299, but that's about it. Either way - we'll get the full details once the event is over - keep an eye on our homepage when it's done to get the detailed coverage.
That's why it would be simpler and better to just remove the selfie camera and use one of the many possibilities allowing to use the superior main camera, who have OIS, as a selfie camera. It also (mainly) mean no hole and privacy.
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