The Chinese phone maker “Xiaomi” rained down its smartphones in the Indian market. And surprisingly the company is yet to launch a phone in 2020. However, the first phone to come out of its factories in China is expected to be the Mi 10 series.
The company is planning to work on a dual strategy by launching two devices in the Mi 10 series the Mi 10 and the Mi 10 Pro. The Pro variant is as always phone to get all the bells and whistles that phone makers could offer.
Recently, Mi 10 has been spotted on AnTuTu and also some images of the device’s rear panel also been released. On AnTuTu benchmark the smartphone scored over 560,000 well, 560,217 to be precise.
All thanks to its Snapdragon 865 SoC and the Adreno 650 GPU. With this number the Mi 10 has set a benchmark for all the upcoming flagship devices like Galaxy S11 series. The benchmark is first to go above the 500,000 thresholds.
The leak also reveals a blurred-out photo of the rear highlighting the quad cameras. A popular tipster Ben Geskin has created a high resolution render of the Mi 10 Pro.
On the basis of the leaked image, the image seems to look quite similar to Samsung’s Galaxy series smartphones. The cameras are vertically aligned on one side, ditching any sort of camera bump or false camera hump like the Redmi K30. The back would come with a gradient design similar to the one on the Mi 9 series.
On the front side, the device has narrow bezels with a big cutout for the dual selfie camera just like the Redmi K30. However, it would be interesting to see if the Mi 10 series use the same software technology to combine two separate holes for the selfie camera.
The front camera is unknown but the rear camera will comprise a 108MP primary lens accompanied by a 48MP secondary and an 8MP Tertiary lens. The display seems to be curved on the sides. The device boasts a 6.5-inch OLED panel with a refresh rate of 90Hz.
Well, these are the speculated specs but given that the device is expected to come out soon, the final specification may not be much different. And as the phone touched 560,000 scores on AnTuTu it would be exciting to see how fast the device in daily usage.
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