the details on the smartphone that challenges Galaxy S20

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Xiaomi is certainly not a company that is afraid of launching its smartphones in particular periods. There have been many clear cases during the history of Chinese society, just know that at Christmas 2019 a device was announced in Italy. However, this seems to be nothing compared to what Xiaomi could do theFebruary 11, 2020, the day when it could reveal its range of Mi 10 smartphones in conjunction with the Samsung Galaxy S20 presentation event.
We are talking about rumors, but the situation could be particularly intriguing for fans of mobile devices. Meanwhile, several details have leaked online about Xiaomi Mi 10. So let's take stock of the situation regarding the Chinese company's proposal.

The alleged Xiaomi Mi 10 data sheet

The most relevant leak related to the Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone range comes from the usual Chinese social network Weibo, where some alleged real photos of the Pro 5G variant of the device have appeared, or those that you can see in this article. From the latter, a smartphone appears to emerge with a display with curved edges and a hole for the camera located at the top left, while on the back there are four photographic sensors and the LED flash. Absent the 3.5 mm headphone jack, in favor of the classic USB Type-C port, which is located at the bottom of the device.
Next to the latter we find the speakers, the first microphone and the trolley for the SIM. At the top of Xiaomi Mi 10 there seem to be other speakers, the second microphone and the infrared port. The volume rocker and the power button are on the right. A photo of the charger, which appears to be 65W. In addition to this, there will probably also be some attention to the audio sector, given that the Hi-Res Audio sticker is located in the sales package, located at the top left.

As for the technical specifications of Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro 5G, we should find a 6.57-inch OLED screen with a refresh rate of 90/120 Hz and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 octa-core processor operating at the maximum frequency of 2.84 GHz, flanked by 12GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128/256 / 512GB of internal UFS 2.1 memory. In short, we are talking about a top-of-the-range configuration, which therefore tries to go and take the high end of the market.

There are also rumors of the presence of a quadruple rear 108MP + 48MP + 12MP + 8MP camera, a 32MP front camera and a 4500 mAh battery with support for 65W fast charging (40W wireless, 10W reverse). For the rest, as can be seen from the name, in all probability there will be support for 5G.

In addition to the Pro variant, a basic smartphone model should also arrive. According to several international sources, the latter could diversify especially in the photographic sector, in the amount of memory and in the speed of recharging. In particular, Xiaomi Mi 10 would mount a quadruple rear camera from 108MP + 20MP + 12MP + 5MP, it would start from 8GB of RAM and would support fast charging up to 48W.
Some sources also speak of a 4800 mAh battery, but at the moment the information is discordant and it is not clear why the Chinese company should decide to implement a larger battery in the less expensive variant.

The real "killer feature" of the Xiaomi Mi 10 range, however, could be the price. In fact, there are rumors of a cost between 3500 yuan (about 456 euros at the current exchange rate) and the 5000 yuan (about 652 euros). In short, we are talking about prices much lower than those of the Galaxy S20 range and therefore the Chinese company could play this card to attract attention to itself on February 11th.


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