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Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro specs leak: 144Hz display for a fair premium?
- More rumors of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro have surfaced.
- The leak corroborates numbers and specs we’ve seen in previous reports.
- The alleged pricing info of the phone has now also broken cover.
We’ve seen and heard plenty about the rumored Xiaomi Mi 10T series thus far, including renders and alleged specs listings. Now, we have a better idea of how much cash you’ll need to snag one of them.
Tipster Ice Universe tweeted a condensed list of specs relating to the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, the likely flagship of the range. More importantly, a suggested price of €699 (~$824) is also included.
Mi 10T Pro specifications leak, 108MP+865+5000mAh, and more importantly, it uses a 144Hz adaptive refresh rate LCD screen. This is the first time we have seen it. The price is 699 Euros and it is very competitive. pic.twitter.com/aT7GvRI0bV— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) September 17, 2020
In comparison, the Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro was priced at €450 (~$530) packing 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage with a Snapdragon 855 SoC. It was effectively a reheated Redmi K20 Pro, but there’s no indication Xiaomi will again base the new phone on a K series model. Leaked renders of the Mi 10T Pro seemingly lack design traits used on the K30 Pro. The use of an original design could explain the rumored premium.
We’re also not given much info regarding the configuration of the device in Ice Universe’s leak, so there may be cheaper models planned. Xiaomi is said to launch at least three Mi 10T variants, including a rumored “Lite” model.
The other info in the tweet corroborates rumored Mi 10T Pro numbers we’ve seen previously. There’s mention of a 108MP camera, a 144Hz adaptive refresh rate LCD panel, and a 5,000mAh battery. It’s unclear what the Mi 10T Pro will offer in the RAM and storage stakes, but earlier rumors suggest the Snapdragon 865 will be used.
It’s not clear when Xiaomi will pull back the curtain on the device. Last month, murmurs about a likely launch in late September made the rounds.