Along with the Xiaomi Mi 10, the company is likely to announce the “Pro” version as well. As the suffix suggests, the device is expected to have better specifications than the vanilla one. Several renders and hands-on leaks have been surfacing the internet for quite awhile. But the XDA-developers’s junior member kacskrz have imperative information about the upcoming flagships. Yes, there’s information about 2 devices, which is most likely to be the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. Even more, there’s another leak from Xiaomishka (@xiaomishka), which is a screenshot of the “About Phone” tab of the device.
Now to the details
As per kacskrz, the MIUI 11 v20.1.6 is a build for Redmi K30 5G, which confirms two codenames of 2 devices including their marketing names. M2001J2C and M2001J1C are the two codenames, while the first one refers to Mi 10 and the later one, Mi 10 Pro. As we all know, back in November 2019, a device with the codename M2001J2C passed through China’s CCC certification. According to that listing, the device is said to sport a 66W (11V-6A) fast charging technology. The Pro version is the most likely to feature the insane fast charging tech, which delivers ultra-fast charging experience.
There’s also M2001J1E, which might be this year’s explorer edition of the flagship. There’s no source of it to support the claim, and it can also be a different smartphone from Xiaomi.
Furthermore, there’s a screenshot of the device’s “About Phone” tab, which reveals some details about the device configuration. The device sports a 6.4” display with a resolution of 2080 x 1080 pixels. There’s Snapdragon 865 inside, which is coupled with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of onboard storage. From this, we might be looking at the most extreme version of the device.
Alongside that massive storage configuration, Mi 10 Pro also sports a quad camera setup. The setup boasts a gargantuan 108MP primary sensor (most probably), accompanied by a16MP lens, a 12MP lens and a 5MP lens. There’s also a big 5250 mAh battery juicing up the device, which will be backed by the rumored 66W Fast Charging tech. It probably will ship with Android 10 out of the box.
There’s no confirmation on the launch date, yet there are many speculations that says it is most likely to be announced on February 11. Just because, Samsung is likely to announce their S20 line-up on that day. And for the reason that, last year, Xiaomi launched Mi 9 on the same day Samsung released the S10 series.