Xiaomi seems set to launch its Mi 10 series smartphones next month. And with several renders already coming in, here’s what we have recently found.
Similar to what we saw in the Mi 9 lineup, the Mi 10 series phones could feature the rear quad-camera set-up but with an extra shooter along with a Mi Mix Alpha copycat. Among the four sensors, three are placed separately from the fourth one. Alongside is a dual-LED flash with two different light tones, which points out that the Mi 10 Pro will allegedly look like the Mi Note 10.
The device is not in power thus might just be a sham while an earlier look of its retail box before the official arrival displays a big 10 in the middle and a Pro as well as 5G monikers at the bottom.
Similarly, the latest pictures disclose a USB-C port at the bottom, the speaker aside a grille and the SIM slot. And at the top is a speaker, a noise-cancellation mic, and an IR blaster.
The phone gets a 65W charger with model number M2001J1C that aligns few November gossips on the upcoming Mi 10 flagship of having the fastest charging speeds ever for a Xiaomi smartphone.
As for the optics, the phone is rumored to carry a 108MP main sensor.
Also, few photos of the Mi 10 Pro are out, which we have come to know, taken from another Mi 10 Pro phone courtesy of the infinity sign watermark Xiaomi put in its other 108MP phone, i.e. Mi Note 10.