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Xiaomi Mi 10T and 10T Pro 5G full specs leak, along with more design renders

Xiaomi Mi 10T and 10T Pro 5G full specs leak along with more design renders


The specifications of Xiaomi, Mi 10T and 10T Pro are the flagship smartphones to be introduced in the near future, which is now largely confirmed with the latest launches of the upcoming smartphones.

We reported over the phone Both phones come with a 144Hz display refresh rate ready to smooth and beautify the scroll and animation experience. Twitter tipster Sudanshu Ambor Now we have a complete specification sheet for the upcoming smartphones (Via AndroidAuthority), Confirmation of previous information Ice Universe. The Mi 10T has a 6.67-inch IPS LCD display with a fresh 144Hz display, a rear triple camera system with a 64MP main sensor, a 13MP ultra wide and 5MP macro camera, and a large and all-powerful 5,000mAh battery. All of this is powered by Snapdragon 865, a flagship processor.

According to the leaks, the smartphone will have 128GB of storage and the Mi 10T expects 8GB of RAM.

The Mi 10T Pro, on the other hand, features an even more capable 108MP main sensor with optical image stabilization, a 144Hz display refresh rate and a 5,000mAh battery.

It is reported that both the upcoming phones will come with 33W fast charging capability, 20MP front selfie camera and fast UFS. 3.1 Storage.

Unlike the Mi 10T series currently on the market, the Mi 10T series leaks show us that the phone has a fingerprint sensor on the side rather than a lower display. In addition, you may have noticed that smartphones do not have an OLED screen.

Mi 10T and 10T Pro Price and usability

The leak did not put us in the concrete price range, but previous rumors suggest that the 256GB variant will cost $ 699 (about $ 827) and the Mi 10T Pro 128GB for $ 640 (~ 757). No pricing information is available yet for the Mi 10T.

We expect both phones to be released on September 30th.


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