You may have been waiting for it and in a couple of days, one of the most awaited Android phones for 2020 will be finally unveiled. Yes, Xiaomi has finally announced the launch date for its flagship Mi 10 series. On February 13, the phone will be unveiled to the world for the first time but in a very unusual manner. Instead of the pompous launch events, Xiaomi has had since the last couple of years for its Mi series flagships, this year’s launch will be hosted online.
Reports suggest that Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 + X55 5 G would drive the Mi10 model along with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage. The battery is estimated to be one in 4,500mAh along with fast charging support. Reports suggest that Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro will sport similar characteristics with some battery and camera adjustments. It is expected to consist of a quad-camera with 108MP+48MP+12MP+8MP behind it. It may also have a battery of 5250mAh and can accommodate easy 66W charging.
A couple of leaks on the web gave us a fair idea of what the Xiaomi Mi 10 is to expect. Xiaomi revealed last year at the Qualcomm Snapdragon Summit that the Mi 10 will be using the Snapdragon 865 chipset. It brings onto the phone native support for 5 G networks.
It is also understood that the Mi 10 will come along with a 108-megapixel camera identical to the Mi Note 10 on the rear. The Mi 10 will also gain a faster refresh rate of 90Hz and similar to most flagships in 2020, the phone will get a curved edge display for the selfie camera with a punch-hole cutout.
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