Xiaomi has announced the launch of its new flagship phone Mi 10 in China on February 13 and globally on February 23.
The company announced the launch of the phone in China on the social media site Weibo, while Twitter was backed by a global introduction date.
Xiaomi will offer 2 phones, one of which will be Mi 10 and the other will be Mi 10 Pro.
The company has also released its design indicating that the hole pinch cut-out design has been adopted for selfie cameras while the elimination screen has been given.
There are 4 cameras on the back of the phone, one of which is a 108-megapixel camera.
Xiaomi is believed to have introduced the world's first 108-megapixel camera in the form of the commercial phone MCC9 Pro (outside of China it was named the Mi Note 10).
A statement from Xiamen has already come out that Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 865 processor will be used in Mi 10.
According to a leak, the Mi 10 Pro will provide 66 watts fast charging support and thus the phone will beat the Oppo Renault S's 65 watts charging speed.
It is also said that the phones of this series can be given 16 GB RAM and UFS 3.0 storage while also support for WiFi 6 standard.
And needless to say, Xiaomi's phones are cheaper than Samsung's phones, and they are being introduced when Samsung's Galaxy S series phones are being introduced on February 11.