Update 3: After a slight delay Xiaomi has announced that the Mi 10 series will be announced globally on March 27th. Make sure you tune in to get all the details.#Mi10 #LightsCameraAction pic.twitter.com/8nNJ4Alyth — Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) March 6, 2020Update 2: Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 10 series in China yesterday. To all our Mi Fans, users, partners and friends from the media, following GSMA’s decision to cancel #MWC2020, #Xiaomi will also delay our global product launch of the latest flagship #Mi10 series. Earlier: Xiaomi today announced that it will introduce the Mi 10 series of flagship phones at an online-only event in China on February 13th. Xiaomi already confirmed Snapdragon 865 Mobile platform and Samsung’s 108MP sensor for the phone and also said that it will feature quad rear cameras.
Update: December 27, 2019 — realme China product director Wang Wei Derek has posted a new photo of the phone that confirms side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Earlier: After teasers, realme today confirmed that it will introduce the realme X50 5G will be introduced at an event in China on January 7th. The phone will come with support for 5G stand alone and non-stand alone (SA/NSA) sub-6GHz networks. The phone will feature 8mm 410mm³ diameter large liquid-cooled copper tube for heat dissipation 3.0 offering five-dimensional heat dissipation that covers all the heat sources 100%. It will feature enhanced VOOC flash charge 4.0, so that the phone is charged from 0 to 70% in 30 minutes.
Sony Mobile has officially confirmed the list of its smartphones that will get Android 10 update. This includes its flagship smartphones Xperia 1 and Xperia 5, which will get the update next month. Xperia 10, XZ2, and XZ3 will get the update in early 2020. Sadly, Xperia XZ, XZ1 and Xperia XA2 series are not in the list. As usual Sony said that software roll outs are a phased process, and timing and availability will vary by market and/or operator.