The numbers of those infected and killed by the coronavirus in China continue to increase. So, seeking to reduce the spread of this virus that has caused panic around the world, some productions are being taken in the country, among them the cancellation of events that involve the participation of many people.
With that in mind, it is believed that Xiaomi will cancel the Mi 10 launch event, its next top-of-the-line smartphone, which should be announced alongside the Mi 10 Pro. However, despite this protective measure, the company may hold a private event that would be broadcast live to the entire world through its social networks.
So far, Xiaomi has not confirmed that it will cancel the Mi 10 announcement, which may happen on February 11, the same day that Samsung intends to make the Galaxy S20 line official. Still, taking into account that the Chinese manufacturer closed its physical stores today (29) in China due to the coronavirus, there is a possibility that an online presentation will be held, at least in that country.
As for the specifications of the Mi 10, leaks indicate that it has a 6.5 "OLED screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. Inside, we have the Snapdragon 865. There are allegedly three variants available for purchase: the first with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, the second with 8GB + 256GB, and the third with 12GB + 256GB.
In the camera department, there are four sensors at the rear, the main Sony IMX686, the 20MP wide-angle secondary, the 12MP telephoto third, and the 5MP depth or macro quaternary. The Mi 10 can support 30x digital zoom.
To keep the device on, a 4,500 mAh battery with 40W fast charging was listed, as well as 30W wireless charging and 10W reverse charging.