Xiaomi has been dominating the smartphone market since its existence. There have been many leaks of upcoming flagship the Xiaomi Mi 10 whose specs look impressive and show us how Xiaomi is cruising ahead of its competitors. The phone is going to be launched on February 13, as per a social media post by Xiaomi itself.
Xiaomi’s previous flagship, Mi 9, offered great hardware at a price that was not heavy on the pocket. This time around, it looks like the Chinese OEM is going to price is competitively to compete with the likes of the upcoming OnePlus flagship. Xiaomi Mi 10 might end up being the most powerful phone in early 2020. The company will not be holding the event in China due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Instead, the global launch event will be in MWC 2020 in Barcelona. We also saw ZTE and LG dropping out of MWC 2020 to prevent the outspread of the Coronavirus which is depressing for most of the tech fans out there.
Xiaomi Mi 10: Key Specs
The phone has leaked for quite a few times now. This time around, there could be two models, Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. Snapdragon 865, Qualcomm’s latest flagship-grade SoC, will be powering them. The display will be a 6.5-inch OLED panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. We might see more OEMs focusing on the refresh rate this year as they might want to increase the numbers for better and competitive sales.
The configuration will go up to 12GB RAM and 256GB UFS-3.1 storage. A 5G option also speculated to arrive at the event. As far as cameras go, the phone will have a 108MP sensor among the three other sensors at the back.
We suggest you take these details with a pinch of salt as all the specs mentioned above are just speculations. We will be covering more news about the Mi 10/10 Pro, so stay tuned for that.
Smartphones have become essential tools in our life. It is a joy to see the technology improving by cutting the costs and providing the best hardware possible. Do you think we have attained a saturation point with the launch of Snapdragon 865? Can smartphones be further improved? Let us know in the comments section below.
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