Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship smartphones Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro are doing round for quite some time now. The two devices are expected to launch in Q1 2020 (leak suggest February 13th launch date) in the Chinese market. Despite the Corona breakthrough, Xiaomi is planning for the online-only launch event for the devices. We had earlier reported that the Pro variant of the Mi 10 would arrive with 16GB RAM and 512GB of onboard storage, making it the world’s first device with such a high RAM.
Today, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun took to his Weibo to create a poll for the audience to vote for the best memory configuration of the flagship device (which could be the Mi 10 series). Lei Jun has given options that started with 6GB + 128GB combination and ended up with the 8GB + 512GB. At the time of writing this post, 16GB + 512GB combination received the second-highest number of votes which follows the 8GB + 256GB configuration. The voting pattern depicts that the users are not much bothered on such a higher RAM as users might have thought that the price tag might not match the benefits it actually gives.
The Mi 10 Pro will sport the Snapdragon 865 processor, which means the device will offer 5G support using a dedicated X55 5G modem that is paired with the processor. As for the charging, the device is expected to sport a 66W fast charging technology. We reported yesterday that a reliable tipster claims that it will be the 2020 Mi MIX smartphone that will sport the 100W fast charging tech. We also expect a 120Hz AMOLED display to flaunt the Mi 10 Pro along with a 108MP camera. The leaked alleged screenshot of the Mi 10 Pro suggests there could be a 5250mAh battery and a 6.4-inch display.
The other brand which also seems to be prepping to launch a 16GB RAM smartphone is Nubia with the Nubia Red Magic 5G.