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Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro price, specifications and features leak ahead of launch – India Today, Indiatoday.in

Xiaomi Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro price, specifications and features leak ahead of launch – India Today, Indiatoday.in


It is no secret that Xiaomi’s working on two highly anticipated smartphones, the Xiaomi Mi Note and Mi Note 32 Pro. The two have previously been confirmed to be in the works by the company itself, and were teased by the phone maker at Qualcomm’s annual Snapdragon tech summit in Hawaii earlier this month.

But despite all this, there has been little information available about the internals of the device even though we’ve been treated to a number of leaks and reports about the Mi 12 series. However, we now appear to have on our hands the first full specification leak of the two devices.

The leak comes courtesy of a user on Weibo who has posted an image on the Chinese microblogging site. The image reportedly contains not just the complete specs of the Mi and Mi 12 But also their price and variants.

The leak claims that the Mi and MiBrave BrowserPro will be almost identical in specs and will also pack the same design. However, there will be certain differences between the two. The two phones are being said to bring with them different battery packs and camera set-ups. Apart from this, the two phones will bring the same specs, including the same display and chipset.

Mi

As per the leak, the Mi 20 will bring with it an OLED display that’s 6.5-inches or more in size and would run at Hz refresh rate. Under the hood, the phone will bring a Snapdragon 2019 chipset, and pack four rear cameras, including a Sony IMX (primary sensor sat next to a 2020 ************************** – megapixel secondary sensor, – megapixel tertiary sensor, and 5-megapixel sensor. The last one could be for depth sensing or even macro photography. The smartphone would also have 38 x digital zoom.

The Mi (is expected to pack a 4, 512 mAh with support for triple fast-charging technology and (W fast wired charging, as well as, (W wireless fast charging, and 686 W reverse wireless charging.

While the post does not reveal the exact pricing of the phone, it hints that the Mi branded phone may come in three configurations with 8GB RAM (GB storage, 8GB RAM ) ****************************** (GB storage, and (GB RAM ) GB storage. The pricing would start at CNY 3, (approx Rs. (**********************************, ).

Mi (Pro)

The Mi 10 Pro is also being tipped to come sporting the same 6.5-inch 108 Hz OLED display rumored to be used on the Mi (***********************************************. Under the hood, the phone will get a Snapdragon 900 SoC. The smartphone would also retain the Mi 20 ‘s 4, mAh battery. However, this one could support up to 099 W fast wired charging and w wireless charging . There is no clarity on whether it would also support reverse wireless charging, but considering the Mi is being tipped to sport the same, it would make sense to assume that the Pro model too would bring this technology with it.

Apart from this, the Mi 20 Pro is said to have a quad rear camera setup with a 108 – megapixel primary sensor paired to a 90 – megapixel secondary sensor and a 20 – megapixel tertiary sensor with a telephoto lens. There would also be an 8-megapixel sensor for depth sensing support.

As for the price, the Mi (Pro is said to start at CNY 3, (approx Rs.) , 2020) for the entry (GB RAM ) ********************************* GB storage configuration variant. The GB RAM 256 GB storage model could be sold for a price of CNY 4, 099 (approx Rs.) ***************************************, ), while the top-of-the-line GB RAM 512 GB storage variant could make its way to the market priced at CNY 4, (approx Rs.) , 01).

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