Xiaomi has launched 5 phones under Mi 10 series while two more are on the row to join the series. Previously launched Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Mi 10 lite were global variant while MI 10 Youth and MI 10 ultra were just launched in China. But Xiaomi is launching MI 10T and MI 10T pro globally. Earlier, we have mentioned that MI 10T pro is coming soon in India with some expected key specs, some of which turned out to be true. Amazon had revealed the design of these smartphones without fully revealing the specs but a day later MuyComputer, leaked the full specifications of these smartphones.
Specs of MI 10T and MI 10T pro:
Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro will come with 6.67 inches IPS LCD panel instead of an OLED panel as of earlier leaks. It supports FHD+ resolution with 144Hz of display refresh rate. It will have side-mounted fingerprint readers which can be pointed as a major drawback for these smartphones. Other than this, these smartphones will be powered by a snapdragon 865 processor. MI10T is expected to be shipping with 6GB RAM while the Pro version will have 8GB of RAM. The internal storage of the devices will come in a variation of 128GB/256GB. Android 10 OS will run these smartphones with MIUI 12 on the top.
In the camera section, we’ll get to see a new camera setup as it is expected that no macro and depth lenses will be featured in these devices. Both will have a triple rear camera setup while making the major differences in the primary sensor. The primary sensor of the pro version will be 108MP while the non-pro version will come with just a 64MP camera. But the two other cameras will remain the same in both the devices which are 20MP ultra-wide lens and 12MP telephoto lens. The front camera will also be a punch hole housing a 20MP camera for selfie and video calls. Both the devices will be backed with a 5000mAh huge battery.
Price and Availability:
There’s no word for pricing as of now but it seems that the non-pro version will slightly be cheaper as the only difference is seen on RAM and the primary lenses of the smartphones.