Recently, many of the Redmi Note 10 users started complaining to Xiaomi about the issue they are facing due to the responsiveness of the touch. The Redmi Note 10 users took to Twitter to complain about the issue.
Along with this, some of the Redmi Note 10 Pro users also complained about the screen flickering issue on their devices. Users said that they noticed minor flickering issues with the display with the refresh rate is set to 120Hz.
Another user said that the screen flickering issue was more prominent in dark mode.
The company has also replied to some of the users but has not yet released any official statement.
Now today it’s 6th day and he is facing the same problem with the phone.. he asked service Centre about it they sai… https://t.co/MvynGsxutW
— Adv. Tarun sharma (@AdvTarun93) 1617718144000
I m facing screen flickering in my redmi note 10 pro it’s is more noticeable in dark mode please fix this issue ASA… https://t.co/as7lEuHIpP
— Dark HiTMaN (@darkhitman0) 1617509316000
@Xiaomi I pruchased redmi note 10 on 18 th of March, its touch is unresponsive and the phone has become very slow.R… https://t.co/QKibRTaFgv
— RanjithK (@kalvakanny) 1617392769000
Meanwhile, Xiaomi is all set to launch its flagship Mi 11 Ultra smartphone in India. The company has scheduled an online launch event for April 23, where it will unveil the smartphone.
The company has also confirmed that the smartphone will be available online on the Amazon India website. A recent online leak revealed that the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra will be priced above Rs 70,000 in India. If this is true, then this will be the most expensive smartphone the company launched so far.
A key highlight of the Mi 11 Ultra phone is the 1.1-inch AMOLED screen on the rear side with the camera setup. It not only serves as a small mirror to see yourself before clicking selfies but will also be a centre to display notifications.