Moving forward, the Chinese tech firm is preparing to expand this device outside the boundaries of the Chinese market.
Well, we’re now in 2021 and Xiaomi will launch several new smartphones and a flagship which will be a successor to the Mi 11 at the end of 2021. As per the recent report, Xiaomi Mi 12 may use the LTPO (low-temperature polycrystalline oxide) screen.
Not only Mi 12, but there are also a set of devices including OPPO Find X3 series, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, Huawei Mate 50 Pro, iPhone 12s Pro, iPhone 12s Pro Max will use LTPO display.
LTPO stands for low-temperature polycrystalline oxide. It is an OLED display backplane technology developed by Apple. LTPO is applicable for both OLED and LCD displays, actually, but this backplane technology is likely to be used exclusively in high-end OLED displays.
The LTPO screen is currently one of the best displays in the industry and is considered the future technology. Samsung has pioneered its use on its flagship.
As per Xiaomi’s plan, the new generation flagship processor of Qualcomm is expected to be revealed with Mi 12, which will be worth looking.