We should consider ourselves lucky to be soon witnessing the arrival of Xiaomi’s outstanding smartphone beasts: the Mi 10T and 10T Pro 5G models. Both phones will be officially announced in the upcoming days, and tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore gives us a complete sheet of specs for the upcoming gadgets via AndroidAuthority.
The first thing that stands out is the 144Hz refresh rate of the two gadgets, and it surely will grant unprecedented visual quality for the 6.67-inch IPS LCD display. There are barely any differences between the two flagships, but we’ll gladly be representing them below:
The Mi 10T Pro 5G model is a little superior in this area, as the main sensor from the rear camera setup packs a staggering 108MP. There’s also an ultrawide camera of 13MP and a 5MP macro lens. The front camera is capable of 20MP for both of Xiaomi’s upcoming flagships. The only difference in the camera area is that the Mi 10T phone has a 64MP main snapper on its rear setup.
While the Mi 10T phone packs a single storage version of 128GB, its ‘bigger brother’ comes in two versions: 128GB and 256GB. Both phones will be carrying 8GB of RAM, which is more than enough for a 2020 device.
Both Mi 10T and Mi10T Pro 5G will be featuring the Snapdragon 865 processor, which is one of Qualcomm’s best processors. Other useful features like face unlock, fingerprint scanner, NFC, IR Blaster and more are also there, and we can’t wait to put the two phones to the test. Let’s not also forget about the battery for the two gadgets, as it will be capable of 5,000 mAh at 33W.
The leaker did not mention a concrete price range, but previous rumors indicate a price at about $827 for the 256GB variant and $757 for the 128GB version of the Mi 10T Pro. There’s no information yet available for the price of Mi 10T.
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