Xiaomi will hold an event this Wednesday (30th) to make the new Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro official, but there should not be much news to tell at the time. A few days before launch, the popular informant Sudhanshu released practically all the final specifications of the smartphones, as well as their variants and possible prices.
Mi 10T e Mi 10T Pro
Corroborating the latest rumors about the two smartphones, their technical specifications should be practically the same, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset, 8 GB of RAM, 6.67 inch Full HD + screen with 144 Hz refresh rate and LCD panel and 5,000 mAh battery with 33 W recharge.
The main difference between the Mi 10T and the Mi 10T Pro would be in the set of cameras, in which the more powerful model would bring 108 MP with optical image stabilization (OIS), while the traditional version would adopt 64 MP lens (without OIS). In addition, the two would have a 13 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 5 MP macro and a 20 MP selfie sensor.
Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro full specs sheet with additional renders 🙂 pic.twitter.com/ixEJRuOYrz
– Sudhanshu (@ Sudhanshu1414) September 27, 2020
In addition, the Mi 10T Pro should gain an option of extra internal memory, 256 GB, joining the 128 GB variant. The traditional version, in turn, would only have the option of 128 GB.
No fingerprint reader under an LCD screen
Unfortunately, it should not be this time that we will see a fingerprint reader under an LCD screen. Redmi, one of Xiaomi’s subsidiaries, launched the technology in March this year to offer a more “affordable” option for the LCD screen feature, which is theoretically inferior and cheaper to OLED.
Instead of the new solution, the leak bet on a digital reader on the side for the Mi 10T and its Pro version, in addition to the traditional – and not very accurate – facial unlock.
Mi 10T / 10T Pro: technical specifications (rumor)
- Screen: 6.67 inches, Full HD +, IPS LCD, 144 Hz;
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 865;
- RAM: 8 GB
- Internal storage: 128 GB or 256 GB (Pro version);
- Rear camera: 108 MP (Pro) / 64 MP (traditional) + 13 MP (ultrawide) + 5 MP (macro);
- Front camera: 20 MP;
- Dimensions: 165.1 x 76.4 x 9.3 mm;
- Weight: 218 grams;
- Battery: 5,000 mAh;
- Extras: digital reader on the side, 33 W recharge, stereo audio, NFC, Dual SIM, 5G, Bluetooth 5.1, without 3.5 mm input;
- Available colors: black, silver and blue (Pro) / black and silver (traditional);
- Operational system: Android 10.
Mi 10T Lite
Who did not appear in many leaks was the most accessible version of the line, the Mi 10T Lite. However, Xiaomi had already used its social networks to indicate the launch of a “new 5G smartphone priced at around 200 euros (R $ 1,200 in direct conversion)” – which will probably be it.
We’re going to launch a new 5G smartphone this September and it will start from €2XX!
As a new member of our # Mi10 Series, it will be the first to feature an upcoming brand-new @Qualcomm Snapdragon 7-Series 5G Mobile Platform. Amazing value for money to allow #5GForEveryone! pic.twitter.com/yR3r0cEOmZ
— Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) September 1, 2020
According to the company itself, the new member of the Mi 10 line will be the first equipped with a Snapdragon 700 series 5G platform – the recently launched Snapdragon 750G 5G. According to the informant, the smartphone will have two options for RAM and storage, 6 GB + 64 GB or 6 GB + 128 GB.
Although Xiaomi suggests a price in the range of 200 euros (R $ 1,200) for the Mi 10T Lite, the informant bets that it will be a little higher, with 300 euros (1,900) in the version of 6 GB + 64 GB and 350 euros (R $ 2,200) in the version with 6 GB + 128 GB.
Mi 10T series Estimated prices 🧂
-Mi 10T Lite 5G
-Mi 10T 5G
-Mi 10T Pro 5G
– Sudhanshu (@ Sudhanshu1414) September 28, 2020
Regarding the most powerful models, good news: they must be only 100 euros apart. The Mi 10T would be launched for 500 euros (R $ 3.2 thousand) in the version with 8 GB + 128 GB, while the Mi 10T Pro would start at 550 euros (R $ 3.5 thousand) in the option with 8 GB + 128 GB and 600 euros (R $ 3.8 thousand) in the 8 GB + 256 GB version.
If confirmed, smartphones should be the most affordable line tops on the market, with almost half the price of a Galaxy Note 20, for example, which features a 60 Hz screen and a plastic back. It remains to wait to confirm the performance of the 144 Hz LCD display will be in comparison with the 120 Hz OLED.
Stay connected on Canaltech, because on September 30 we will bring all the news about the new smartphones from Xiaomi!
Source: Sudhanshu (Twitter)
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