In addition to the Snapdragon 865, LPDDR5, UFS 3.0, Wi-Fi 6 and other hard core configurations, the screen of Xiaomi Mi 10 has also made great progress. When it comes to the screen, we have to mention the benchmark iPhone. Everyone said that the iPhone screen is good. But Lei Jun said: ‘The Xiaomi Mi 10 screen doesn’t yield that of the iPhone’.
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Lei Jun talked about that the core indicators of the evaluation screen: JNCD and Delta E, color accuracy, the smaller the value, the higher. Xiaomi Mi 10’s screen is very good. It has been adjusted professionally on the production line.
Secondly, the Xiaomi Mi 10 screen has reached a 5 million:1 ratio, while the iPhone has only 2 million:1.
Specifically, JNCD is the smallest unit that the human eye can distinguish between color changes. This unit is called 1 JNCD. In color coordinates, each color has a corresponding horizontal and vertical coordinate. The distance between the ‘measured color’ and ‘accurate color’ is the value of the JNCD of a screen.
Xiaomi Mi 10 series has the JNCD <0.55, which undoubtedly represents the top level of industry color standards.
Delta E is a standard for judging three-dimensional space. It adds brightness and chromaticity. Delta E<2 is the standard for professional displays. Lei Jun believes that these two indicators are a measure of a ‘good screen’: JNCD <1, Delta E <2.
In terms of specifications, the screen size of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is 6.67 inches. The AMOLED screen uses a curved design. It covers the DCI-P3 color gamut, 800 nits maximum brightness, 1200 nits peak brightness, contrast 5000000:1, supports HDR 10+, equipped with Sunny screen 3.0, refresh rate 90Hz, touch sampling rate 180Hz, 4096-level automatic brightness, dual light sensor, DC dimming, and Rheinland eye protection certification.