Back in December 2019, Xiaomi announced that the company will soon launch the next generation of its flagship smartphone i.e the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 series. Xiaomi wants to overcome or stay at the same level as the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with its new Mi 10’s camera capability. Xiaomi; the Chinese giant has already finished developing the new Xiaomi Mi 10. We can expect the launch of these smartphones in the upcoming weeks. There were only some leaks and reliable rumors regarding this smartphone. However, earlier we reported some spy images of the upcoming Mi 10 which shows its quad-rear camera setup and punch-hole screen.
In the previous year, Samsung launched its new 108MP sensor. Xiaomi has used this sensor in its Mi Note 10 currently and Samsung has also used this in the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra. Reports suggest that Xiaomi will use this same sensor again in their Mi 10 series. Even if Xiaomi uses the same, will it reach the level of Samsung Galaxy Ultra 5G? that’s the only question which is in front of us.
Everyone is damn sure that the new smartphone will run on the latest Snapdragon 865 chipset which supports SA and NSA dual-mode 5G connectivity. Well as per a Chinese website, the upcoming Mi 10 will come with a punch-hole AMOLED display with a refresh rate of 90Hz. Earlier from the spy-images, it was sure that the device will sport a punch-hole display.
Apart from that, the device will feature a quad-camera module at the back aligned in the vertical position. Furthermore, we should see a 100MP primary camera sensor. There are also reports which suggest that the camera performance will be close to the Galaxy S20 Ultra. This will not be the company’s first smartphone to come with such a massive camera lens. Earlier, Xiaomi launched Mi Note 10 which comes with a 108MP primary sensor on the back. Further, the Mi 10 may pack a massive 4,500mAh battery and which supports a massive 66W fast charging. Interestingly there will be support for 30W fast wireless charging tech.
According to Pan Jiutang, a partner of the Xiaomi Industry Investment Department, the pricing of the Mi 10 is expected around a starting price tag of 4,000 Yuan (which converts to $ 583). And talking about the expected release date, we hope that the device will go official in February 2020. As usual, the device will first unveil in its home market i.e. China.
Then the device will go official in other global markets like India. Earlier the brand announced that they will launch more smartphones under the “Mi” branding. Since the launch event is coming closer day by day, we might receive more leaks in the coming days which gives more information about the device. A few days before, we saw a leaked poster which was surfaced online and reveals the design of the smartphone.
As we said above, the Mi 10 will use the latest Snapdragon 865 processor which gives peak performance for the smartphone. Further, the device will support almost all 5G networks.
Xiaomi Mi 10 gets network license in China
According to the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), Xiaomi Mi 10 Standard Edition now has a network access license. As of the end of November 2019, some Xiaomi 5G models with numbers M2001J1E and M2001J1C received 3C certification. The certification information shows that this new Xiaomi 5G phone supports up to 66W fast charging. In addition, two other Xiaomi 5G phones (M2001J2E and M2001J2C) also received 3C certification. However, these support up to 30W fast charge.
According to speculations, these phones are the Xiaomi Mi 10 series. Among them, M2001J2E is the Standard Edition from Fu Zhikang Precision Electronics (Langfang) Co., Ltd. At present, this phone already has a radio transmission license, 3C certification, and a network access license.