Recently, some sources have reported that the progress of the under-screen camera version of Xiaomi Mi 10 is ahead of schedule, and mass production is expected to be launched in October this year at the earliest. However, the credibility of the news does not seem to be very authentic. On September 7th, a Chinese leaker said that Xiaomi’s off-screen proactive video will not be available until the first quarter of next year at the earliest, and Xiaomi will not release flagship phones during this year.
The digital blogger has previously stated that the under-screen camera will mature next year probably early 2021. 9to5Google also reported that the mass production of Xiaomi Under display camera is likely to be early 2021.
At the end of last month, Xiaomi officially released the third-generation under-screen camera technology, calling it the “ultimate form of a full screen.” Xiaomi’s third-generation under-screen camera technology uses a brand-new self-developed pixel arrangement, which allows the screen to transmit light through the sub-pixel gap area so that each unit pixel can still retain a complete RGB sub-pixel display without sacrificing pixel density. In addition, Xiaomi’s under-screen camera solution achieves full display of point-to-point physical pixels, achieving the same color accuracy, color gamut, and brightness, making it difficult to detect the presence of under-screen cameras.