Xiaomi is expected to launch next month’s Mi 10 lineup, and we’ve seen several different renders, leaks and artist ideas about how the phone might look like. We’ve seen a Mi9-like quad-cam setup (but with an extra shooter), a Mi Mix Alpha copycat, but now real-life shots (from a post that’s already deleted) suggest that the Mi 10 Pro will look like the Mi Note 10 from behind.
The pictures show both the unit and the handset’s packaging, both of which seem legitimate. One of the images shows the power adapter that specifies 65W for the handset. If turns out to be true of this then the Mi 10 Pro 5 G will be the second smartphone to deliver such fast charging speeds after the Oppo Reno Ace.
The images also confirm some of the forthcoming device’s key features including a dual-curved display with a punch-hole cut at the top left corner. There’s also a quad rear camera setup with a 108-megapixel main sensor, a top and bottom speaker grille and support for Hi-Res Audio, Xiaomi had announced earlier that the Mi 10 would come with the new Snapdragon 865 chipset during last month’s Snapdragon Tech Summit. So it’s safe to assume that the new flagship chipset will come with the smartphone unless Xiaomi decides to handle the Mi 10 Pro 5 G as a separate device from the Mi 10 series.