Xiaomi’s second flagship series of the year, the Mi 10T, is set to debut this month. Before the company could make things official, Amazon appears to have ruined the party.
Amazon Spain had listed (which has since been deleted) The upcoming Xiaomi flagship duo, the Mi 10T Pro and the Mi 10, a few days ago. The listing revealed some key features of the device and also gave a glimpse of the device’s appearance.
Technical data for Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro
According to Amazon listings, the Mi 10 Pro will have a 108MP primary camera followed by three more sensors that complete the quad camera stack. While the Vanilla Mi 10 is said to be packaged in a 64MP quad camera setup on the back. The image popped up also suggests that the phones may have a similar camera module and design overall.
On the front there is a hole cutout with the selfie camera, which at least looks very small in the pictures. The front of the phone is dominated by an almost full screen display with small bezels on each side. Both the Mi 10T Pro and the Mi 10 should be equipped with a Full HD + panel. The duo is also said to contain an image with a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The picture also suggests that Xiaomi could bring the side-mounted fingerprint scanner to the Mi 10T instead of a built-in fingerprint scanner. They are also said to be packaged in a 5,000 mAh battery.
The Amazon list also confirmed the Snapdragon 865 SoC on the devices. You can also see the 5G logo on the devices. As for the prices quoted, the Mi 10 Pro 8GB + 128GB variant was listed for 666 euros, which is roughly Rs 58,000, and the 8GB + 256GB variant was listed for 675 euros (~ Rs 58,700). The Xiaomi Mi 10 was listed for 547 euros for the 6 GB + 128 GB variant, which corresponds to around Rs 47,600.
The Xiaomi Mi 10T series is expected to be launched first in Europe and later also in India.