Xiaomi First Folding-Screen Flagship Passed by TENAA


Earlier this month, a Xiaomi model called the M2011J18C was approved by the TENAA, but no further information has been released.

Digital blogger @digital chat station revealed today that the phone is Xiaomi’s first folding screen flagship phone, front without opening. In addition, he also revealed that the Mi screen camera model delayed to the second quarter release.

It is worth mentioning that the blogger previously revealed that the new Mi Foldable Screen will be released before the Mi Tablet, with a large screen size, good performance, high refresh rate and high pixel lens.

Samsung Display is currently developing foldable OLED panels to supply to Oppo, Xiaomi and Google, and smartphones using these panels will be launched by the end of the year, we reported, as reported by TheElec.

According to @Ross Young, founder and CEO of DSCC, Xiaomi is expected to launch three foldable phones in 2021. They are external folding type, folding type and clamshell type, that is, the current mainstream of three forms. In addition, the fold-out version has a similar design to the Huawei Mate X, making it larger in size than the other two.

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In addition, Xiaomi’s foldable phone has a screen refresh rate of 90Hz (engineering phone), but can do 120Hz, and uses Samsung’s latest UTG flexible glass technology. Xiaomi’s new foldable phone, code-named Cetus, has a 108MP camera and appears to be running Android 11-based Miui12.


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