Xiaomi is expected to reveal its next flagship, the Xiaomi Mi 10, next month in China.
Since we’re only a couple of weeks from its release, the rumors and leaks surrounding the Xiaomi Mi 10has been rampant. Including these new ones from a leakster from China.
The tipster published an image of what is said to be of the back of the Mi 10. It shows a vertical camera array that houses four primary cameras. Rumor has it that it may use the same 108-megapixel primary camera that the Mi Note 10 Pro has.
A render was also published revealing the front of the rumored device. It has a punch-hole on the top left for the single front-facing camera. You can also notice its ultra-thin bezels and the in-display fingerprint scanner, hinting the use of an OLED screen.
A supposed AnTuTu benchmark score of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 / Mi 10 Pro has also surfaced. It gives us a peek on of the devices’ performance capability and specs.
It scored a whopping 560,217 in AnTuTu, which is impressive in today’s standard. It also revealed that the device will run on a Qualcomm SM8250 processor, which is the technical term for the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. We expect this same chipset to power most flagship devices that will be coming out this 2020.
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Rumors also suggest that the Pro model will have a fast 120Hz display, while the vanilla Mi 10 will come with a 90Hz screen. Both devices will have at least 4,500mAh batteries with 30W fast charging support.
We shall learn more about these devices once they become official. Hopefully by next month.