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Xiaomi MI 10 Unveiled with Snapdragon 865 Chip and a 108MP sensor, Starts at $600

Xiaomi Mi 10 series

Xiaomi’s Mi 10 has been officially announced at an event in China today. The phone is well specced with Samsung’s 108MP sensor, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, FHD+ AMOLED display with HDR 10+ support, and 90Hz display refresh rates.

Performance should be well at per with most 2020 flagships considering the 8GB or 12GB LPPDDR5 memory. In terms of design, Mi 10 has a curved display that stretches towards the side. The selfie camera is a hole punch situated on the upper left side of the display.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 launched in two models – Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. They sport similar display sizes measuring 6.67-inches.

They both flaunt four cameras on the back with a 108MP sensor as the primary snapper. The rest of the sensors varies a bit depending on the model.

The base model has a 13MP wide-angle lens, a 2MP macro sensor, and, lastly, a 2MP depth sensor. The Mi 10 Pro completes its quad-camera setup with a 20MP ultra-wide camera, a 12MP short and an 8MP long telephoto lens.

Other small details included in the package is a 4,780mAh battery for the Mi 10, and a 4,500mAh for the Mi 10 Pro. Across the board, wired and wireless fast charging technology is supported.

The Mi 10 has 30W wired and wireless charging support while the “Pro” model ups the rate to 50W while charging on cable. When charging wirelessly, the Mi 10 Pro is capped at 30W but supports 10W reverse charging as well.

Like the Galaxy S20 series, Xiaomi’s Mi 10 series can shoot at 8K, supports WIFI 6 and 5G and has no headphone jack.

Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro retail price in China starts at $575 and $720, respectively. The global launch was supposed to happen next week, but the MWC 2020 cancellation makes it uncertain.

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