Xiaomi’s Mi 10T Pro and Mi 10T have been leaked. These are two flagships with high-end specifications. The first renders and specifications have been leaked.
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro
The Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro was on my list of favorite devices for the past year, and the main reason for that is its strong specifications and features in return for the accessible price. A successor is now in the works at Xiaomi, XDA Developers discovered on the basis of leaked images that appeared in an online shop.
The software of the latest MIUI 12 beta version also refers to the device and at the same time, we learn more about the expected specifications. We are the first to see a large, rectangular camera setup on the Mi 10T Pro on which three lenses can be seen.
The main camera is a large one with a 108 MP sensor, while the regular Mi 10T gets a 64 MP camera. The back of the phone has a light blue hue, and the screen is without curved edges and with a small notch on the left for the selfie camera. The panel also gets a 144 Hz refresh rate, which corresponds to the refresh rate of gaming monitors.
Interesting is the choice of the Snapdragon 865 or the more powerful Plus version. In particular, because many manufacturers avoid these processors in order to reduce the price of their devices. That could also have been a possibility for the Mi 10T series because the Mi 9T devices were already priced fighters.
Still, the Chinese company apparently wants to keep the price lower than the Mi 10T, because it opts for a fingerprint scanner on the side instead of one under the screen. The phone also gets a large 5000 mAh battery, but nothing is known about the phone’s fast charger.
Many details about the Mi 10T Pro are still missing, including price and the launch date. Xiaomi previously launched an Ultra version of the Mi 10 series, but it will not be on the market outside of China. The leaked information indicates that the Mi 10T series does not face the same fate. What do you think about the upcoming Mi 10T devices? Let us know in the comments at the bottom of this article.