Recently one of the most awaited flagship of the year Mi 10 live images leaked online, on Instagram. On the other hand, the alleged Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro (carrying the model number M2001J2G) got listed on Russia’s Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) database. Revealing that the device could be launched in some European markets besides its home country China. This listing was spotted by a well-known Twitter-based tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore. All these leaks hint the highly rumoured Duo to launch soon, maybe next month.
The Mi 10 series launch is to compete against the likes of the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event. Wherein the company could be unveiling the Galaxy S20 series of smartphones. Most noteworthy, the Unpacked event is scheduled to be held on 11 Feb. Which makes the Mi 9 series successor drop by the Mid Feb. So here we share all we know about the Mi 9 series successor.
Mi 10 Series Leaked Specs :
The leaked image reveals the Mi 10 to sport a 6.39 inch 2340 x 1080 pixels curved-edge along with a punch-hole display. The display panel also may feature a 90Hz refresh rate to compete with the competition. In the case of the Mi 10 Pro, the company may want to change the experience and pack a full view display. To give a distinctive look and feel between the two phones.
In the camera department, a 108MP sensor is set to lead the Quad camera set-up. Furthermore, in the front, a 20MP camera will take decent pictures.
A leaked TENAA listing suggested that the upcoming Xiaomi flagship smartphone will have support for dual-mode 5G (both SA and NSA). Also, both the devices are likely to have 30W fast charging support.
We already know from the Qualcomm Tech Summit, that Mi 10 series is set to be powered by the industry-leading Snapdragon 865 SoC. A leaked AnTuTu benchmark score also reveals a record-breaking 5,60,000 score for the same. This will ensure seamless performance and gaming.
Besides, the devices would be packing in a massive 4000mAh battery to power the beast. Certainly, they will even feature up to 12Gb RAM and up to 512Gb of storage on-board.
Out of the box, the Mi 10 series smartphones would run Android 10 based MIUI 11.0.2.
Though there is no official word from Xiaomi about the exact device pricing, we expect it to start from Rs.36,999 for the Duo.