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The Mi 10 Ultra’s screen is supplied by TCL’s China Star Optoelectronics Technology


The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra that was announced yesterday packs a pretty impressive display. It is not a QHD+ panel but it is still worthy of attention.

Mi 10 Ultra Display

The curved AMOLED 6.67-inch screen not only has a 120Hz refresh rate but is a 10-bit panel that is capable of displaying over 1 billion colors. The only other devices, as far as I can remember, that launched this year that are capable of displaying such impressive colors are the OPPO Find X2 Pro and the OnePlus 8 Pro.

While the display of the Find X2 Pro and the OnePlus 8 Pro is supplied by Samsung Display, it has been revealed that the one used in the Mi 10 Ultra was supplied by TCL’s

display subsidiary, China Star Optoelectronics Technology (CSOT). The info was revealed on Weibo by the manufacturer itself.

TCL CSOT Mi 10 Ultra Display weibo

The post also includes some specifications and features of the OLED display such has its Delta E Value of less than 1, JNCD value of less than 0.63, its brightness (800 nits, 1120 nits max.), DCI-P3 color gamut, and MEMC support.


Fact – the Find X2 Pro doesn’t use a true 10-bit panel like that of the Mi 10 Ultra. Actually, it uses a combination of 8-bit color depth and a 2-bit dither algorithm to achieve 1.07 billion colors.

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