Xiaomi launched the Mi CC9 Pro, known as Mi Note 10 internationally, with an AMOLED panel.
There were some rumors that the phone could have a Samsung or LG display for the global market, but an Xiaomi executive announced that the only display provider is Visionox, the company that developed the Mi Mix Alpha closure solution.
Visionox is led by the OLED team of Tsinghua University in Beijing, which is number 16 in the World Ranking of QS Universities for 2020, surpassing Yale and Columbia universities. The Mi Note 10 / Mi CC9 Pro project is the third for the company after a folding prototype and the Mi Mix Alpha, but in reality the first to reach the mass market.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 comes with a 6.47 ”screen with curved edges on the sides and a water drop notch on the top. It has a Full HD + resolution with a ratio of 19.5: 9 and has a fingerprint scanner underneath.
When we checked the phone, we established that the OLED can reach the impressive 430 nits of brightness, which can reach up to 600 nits promised by Xiaomi if you leave the device with bright light in Auto.
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