At the end of September, Xiaomi presented the long-awaited Mi 10T and M10T Pro (adding it to the Mi 10T Lite). These are highlighted by the fact that they contain a high update rate, but this comes with what can be considered a compromise for some.
The Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro have a refresh rate of 144Hz, but their screen is LCD. And for equipment starting at around € 500, users wanted something more. The brand has now gone public to clarify this choice.
Xiaomi prefers quality LCD to average AMOLED
According to Daniel Hoang Desjarlais (brand product director) told TechRadar, the choice was simple. “It is better to have a high quality LCD, the best of the best LCDs, rather than an average AMOLED”, he says.
“There are problems with AMOLED and the eyes of certain people – I think it is as if 10% of people, when looking at an AMOLED panel, feel very strong eye strain”, he concludes.
In this same interview, the executive made it clear that the Mi 10T does not replace the Mi 10. Anyone who does not want a flat LCD screen can always buy the Mi 10 which is AMOLED and curved.
It remains to be seen what fans of the brand of this choice think. Is it important for you to have an AMOLED in this price range, or do you feel it is a screen that causes greater fatigue? Do you prefer an LCD that is even cheaper to repair, although color fidelity is lost?
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