The Xiaomi Mi 10 went official in China earlier this year and, originally, it was supposed to launch globally at MWC. Due to concerns over the rapidly spreading COVID-19 coronavirus, though, that launch was canceled. Now, the Xiaomi Mi 10 has a new global launch date.

To quickly recap what the Xiaomi Mi 10 brings to the table, it’s a 2020 flagship by any definition. The Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro deliver the Snapdragon 865, up to 512GB of storage, 12GB of RAM, Android 10, dual-band 5G, fast charging, huge batteries, and curved OLED displays that have minimal bezels. There’s also a 108MP camera that sits within an array of three other sensors.

Now, Xiaomi has confirmed its global launch plans for the Mi 10 series.

In a tweet, Xiaomi says that the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro will see a wider launch on March 27th at 14:00 GMT. Though, this won’t be a physical launch event. Rather, Xiaomi will be live-streaming the launch of these new devices through Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook, likely due to the continued concerns over the novel coronavirus.

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