Yesterday Xiaomi ended its 10th anniversary event with the presentation of the new flagship Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which was unfortunately later confirmed as exclusive to China .
While much of the hype surrounding the phone has centered on its impressive camera, its curved 120Hz 6.67 ″ OLED display also deserves attention. As it turns out, TCL is the manufacturer of the panel.
The display of the Mi 10 Ultra can output full 10-bit colors and also offers support for HDR 10+. It covers the full DCI-P3 color space and offers a contrast ratio of 5,000,000: 1 and up to 1,120 nits of brightness. In addition to the refresh rate of 120 Hz, the Ultra’s display also supports a 240 Hz touch sampling rate and 4,096 brightness levels in automatic mode. Other notable features are MEMC motion compensation and TÜV Rheinland certification for reduced blue light emissions.
In addition, TCL announced that it has reached a new milestone with the successful production of its first LCD panel with a 2.4mm chin. This makes it the leanest offering on the market, around 20 percent smaller than the existing solutions.
This milestone was reached after more than two years of developing and using the COF architecture. It remains to be seen when TCL will launch this display.
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