- Specs and renders of the Xiaomi Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro have leaked.
- Both phones are identical, except for their primary cameras.
- The new smartphone series will launch on September 30.
The Xiaomi Mi 10T series will launch globally on September 30. Ahead of the reveal, specs and renders of the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro have leaked courtesy of Twitter tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore. The leak describes two identical smartphones, albeit with a slight variation in specs. It also corroborates previously rumored specs and photos of the phones.
Xiaomi Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro specs
Both the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro will likely feature 6.67-inch displays with a punch hole on the left corner. However, unlike the current Mi 10 series phones, the new T series devices will come with IPS LCD panels instead of OLED displays. You also won’t get the Mi 10 series’ under-screen fingerprint sensor this time around. Biometrics will be handled by a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and face unlock.
Those aren’t the only distinctions you’ll notice between the leaked specs of the Mi 10T series and the trio of Mi 10 phones presently available in the market. While the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro are said to ramp up the screen refresh rate to 144Hz, they’re believed to lower the wired charging speed to 33W. In comparison, the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, and Mi 10 Ultra all feature 120W charging, with the latter two sporting 120Hz displays ( the Mi 10 has a 90Hz screen).
That said, battery capacity on the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro is expected to be the highest in the series at 5,000mAh.
Just like the vanilla Mi 10, the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro are also expected to skip the telephoto camera sensor. The Mi 10T is rumored to feature a 64MP primary camera, a 13MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 5MP macro lens. Meanwhile, the Mi 10T Pro is said to replace the 64MP sensor with a 108MP camera with OIS. Both phones are rumored to get a 20MP selfie shooter. Check out the full spec sheets for both the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro below.
Xiaomi Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro prices
The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is tipped to cost €699 (~$813), making it a more affordable entry point to the Snapdragon 865 toting Mi 10 series. In comparison, Xiaomi launched the Mi 10 at €799 (~$929). There’s no word on a price for the non-pro Mi 10T, but you can expect it to be even cheaper.
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