Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro specs leak in full

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Xiaomi is bringing three Mi 10T smartphones on September 30 – Mi 10T Lite, Mi 10T, and Mi 10T Pro – and the specs sheet of the latter two just leaked giving us a much better idea of what to expect. As previously speculated, the key difference will be that the vanilla version will come with a 64MP camera, while the Pro option will come with the larger 108MP sensor.

The only other difference, according to these sheets, is the Mi 10T Pro will have a 256GB storage option in addition to the 128GB that will be available on both phones.



Xiaomi Mi 10T series leaked specs sheet

Xiaomi Mi 10T series leaked specs sheet

Here’s a quick rundown of the specs, some of them already from previous leaks – a Snapdragon 865 on the inside, coupled with a 5G modem at some markets. The RAM will be 8 GB LPDDR5, with the storage also being the latest on the market – UFS 3.1.

The screen will be a 6.67” LCD with 1080p resolution and 20:9 aspect ratio, meaning the fingerprint scanner will be on the side, doubling as a power key. The display will come with 144Hz refresh rate.

The batteries on the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro will also be identical at 5,000 mAh with 33W fast charging support. Bluetooth 5.1 and Wi-Fi 6 will be on board, as well as an IR blaster, but no 3.5mm audio jack.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10T rendersXiaomi Mi 10T Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10T renders

The prices rumors are all over the place for now – from €550 to €700 – those might be explained with version or market variances, but we’ll know for sure come Wednesday.

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