Xiaomi Mi 10 Official-looking Poster Reveals Design and Key Specifications Ahead of the Launch

Mi 10 Poster

As the Samsung Unpacked event date is approaching, Xiaomi seems to have increased the pace at which it is dealing with its flagship devices – Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. This time an official-looking poster has leaked on Weibo which reveals the renders and the key specifications of the Mi 10 ahead of the launch. What we could see on the poster is the quad-camera setup, hole-punch display, curved screen and two colors – blue and green. The specifications written on the poster include Snapdragon 865, 50x zoom, 108MP camera, and balanced stereo. Let’s go in deep into the design and specifications that we found today.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro are already confirmed to sport the Snapdragon 865 SoC and 5G support. Yesterday, the company CEO Lei Jun affirmed that all the variants of the Mi 10 will come with LDDR5 RAM and the base model will sport 8GB RAM. As for the camera, the arrangement looks similar to the Mi Note 10 series except for the placement of the flash module. The quad-camera setup of the Mi 10 is expected to have a 108MP primary camera and will also offer 50x zooming capabilities. Xiaomi has also released the camera samples revealing the zooming capabilities of the Mi 10 (or may the Mi 10 Pro) recently. The device will also sport balanced stereo speakers, the functionality of which cannot be explained at the moment.

Mi 10 Series to Launch on February 13 at 14:00 Local time?

A new leak reports that the Mi 10 series would launch on February 13 at 14:00 local time in China. The report comes from the images which seem to be retrieved from the official site.

Mi 10 Scores Impressive Points in AnTuTu Benchmark

In a separate leak, the renowned leakster Digital Chat Station reported that the Mi 10 scored 5,90,000 in the AnTuTu test which is 30,000 more than the score it got in December. This would probably be the best score by any other phone currently available in the market.

The Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro are tipped to break covers on February 14, although any official revelation has not done till today.