Recently, the Xiaomi M2007J1SC 5G was certified in China by the 3C certification authority. It was thought that the handset could be the next flagship smartphone from Xiaomi as it was spotted to included the 120W charger.
While the 3C listing did not unveil the name of the handset, it is believed to be the Mi 10 lineup and is rumored to arrive this summer. Here is what you need to know.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus Significant Details: AnTuTu Listing and Scores
The alleged handset with the same model number Xiaomi M2007J1SC has been seen on the AnTuTu benchmark database with an incredible score. An AnTuTu screenshot shared by a Weibo-based leaker also unveils some key specs and features of the alleged Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus.
As seen in the screenshot, the upcoming Xiaomi handset appears to have scored 182,883 and 292,704 points in the CPU and GPU tests. The handset in question also scored 115,687 and 96,148 points in the memory and UX texts.
Such things mean that, on average, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus has got a benchmark score of 687,422 points on the AnTuTu website. These scores make us believe that the smartphone in question belongs to the Mi 10 lineup.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus Rumored Features and Specs
Given that the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro flaunt a 6.67-inch FHD+ display, the Mi 10 Pro Plus might also come with a similar AMOLED display with a punch-hole cutout at the top left corner and curved edges. Previously, the display was said to arrive with a 120Hz refresh rate, but the other handsets in the series have only a 90Hz refresh rate.
Some reports indicate that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus could be released with a sleek 108MP main sensor at its rear panel or a 48MP main camera sensor. The rear camera setup might include, as well, an ultra-wide-angle lens that can shot macro shots and a periscope lens with fantastic optical zoom. We should find out more about the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus in the coming weeks. The device might arrive in August.