“Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G is expected to come with 108MP primary camera, Snapdragon 865 SoC, dual-mode 5G connectivity and 65W fast-charging support”
Xiaomi Mi 10 series is tipped to go official on February 11th, thanks to the leaked poster. The standard Mi 10 is expected to rock a quad-camera setup at the back, consisting of a 108MP primary sensor. Now, real-life images of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G have surfaced on Weibo, revealing the entire design in its full glory. The phone will have curved edges on both sides, and it seems to rock a punch-hole cutout at the top-left corner to accommodate the selfie camera. Since there is no cutout at the back, the fingerprint sensor could be present in-screen. The live images have “Mi 10 Pro 5G 108MP Quad Camera” watermark, which yet again confirms the flagship will have four cameras the back.
Furthermore, the USB Type-C port, speaker grill, and a microphone are present at the bottom, while there is another speaker grill, and another microphone for noise cancellation is placed up top. The volume rocker and a power key are placed on the right side of the phone. One of the leaked live images of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G shows the massive 65W rapid charger, which is close to what is expected and retail box package. The Weibo user who shared the images claims that the Mi 10 will go on sale on February 14th.
Separately, in another leak from China, the Mi 10 is said to come with a punch-hole AMOLED display and have a refresh rate of 90Hz. The handset will have a quad-camera setup at the back. According to Pan Jiutang, partner of the Xiaomi Industry Investment Department, the Mi 10 is expected to start at RMB 4,000 (around Rs 41,600) for the base model. The Mi 10 series is said to ship with the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC and will have 5G connectivity as well. We should learn more information soon.