Outside China, users of the Xiaomi's new Mi 10 still have the option to use Chrome out of the box. (Picture: Ben Sin/SCMP)Outside China, users of the Xiaomi's new Mi 10 still have the option to use Chrome out of the box. (Picture: Ben Sin/SCMP)
Outside China, users of the Xiaomi's new Mi 10 still have the option to use Chrome out of the box. (Picture: Ben Sin/SCMP)

Xiaomi browser update lets users turn off data collection in incognito mode

The Chinese smartphone brand previously said there was nothing unusual about its anonymous data collection practices

Topic |   Xiaomi
Outside China, users of the Xiaomi's new Mi 10 still have the option to use Chrome out of the box. (Picture: Ben Sin/SCMP)Outside China, users of the Xiaomi's new Mi 10 still have the option to use Chrome out of the box. (Picture: Ben Sin/SCMP)
Outside China, users of the Xiaomi's new Mi 10 still have the option to use Chrome out of the box. (Picture: Ben Sin/SCMP)
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