For users of a full-screen smart machine who are looking for beauty, the compromise of punching or notch slotting for a front-facing selfie camera is clearly a hard thing to accept. To do this, some manufacturers have come up with the design of pop-up cameras, even if they make the phone heavier and the camera will start slightly slower. But as the technology matures, products that use off-screen hidden front-facing cameras may once again set off a new trend in the smartphone market.
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Recently, Ross Young, founder and chief analyst at DisplaySearch, broke the news that the Xiaomi 10 Ultra is the first model to offer this option.
Unfortunately, the company may have been for demonstration purposes only, meaning that the machine might not be able to buy a mass-produced version through retail channels, just as the MIX Alpha concept machine with a surround screen design was the year.
Even so, another well-known source @UniverseIce said on Twitter that Xiaomi 10 Ultra would (again) shock the world.
Earlier sources said the aircraft had been called the Xiaomi 10 Pro Plus. However, it was later confirmed by Lei Jun that the aircraft would be sold overseas under the name of Xiaomi 10 Ultra, while the National Edition will be Xiaomi 10 Supreme Edition.
As for the specifications of the new machine, we don’t know much at present. However, it is rumoured that the Xiaomi 10 Ultra features a 120Hz-FHD-plus-resolution AMOLED screen, a new telephoto lens, and faster wireless/wired charging.