Redmi Note 10 series screen has upgrade: Self-illuminating Super AMOLED screen is coming

Today, Manu Kumar Jain, head of Xiaomi’s India business, announced that the Redmi Note 10 series will feature a Super AMOLED screen, the first time the Redmi Note series has used the screen.

Compared to LCD screens, Super AMOLED does not require backlighting. OLEDs shine automatically, so Super AMOLED does not have the same light leakage phenomenon as LCD.


In addition, when Super AMOLED displays black, it is basically in a non-working state, so the screen appears darker and the power consumption is lower.Compared to LCD, OLED displays have thinner panels, which can save more space when designing the finished product.

In addition to the AMOLED screen, the Redmi Note 10 series also uses a 100 million pixel camera, which is the first time that the Redmi Note series has deployed a 100 million pixel Sensor in the Indian market.

According to the information disclosed, the main sensor of Redmi Note 10 series is Samsung HM2, the sensor size is 1/1.52 inch, the unit pixel area is 0.7μm, support 9 pixels in one, which is equivalent to 2.1μm, the imaging effect is worth looking forward to.

It will be officially released on March 4.