Mi 10T Pro specs, render leaked; Mi 10T and Mi 10T Lite are coming too
The Mi 10T Pro is going to come with a 144Hz refresh rate. There is no mention of the screen size or the front camera placement yet but it possibly might be an LCD panel since the render shows a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Xiaomi's Mi 9T series was announced last year and the turned out that the Mi 9T and the Mi 9T Pro were basically rebadged versions of the Redmi K20 and the Redmi K20 Pro. Now, a new leak has revealed that the successors to the Mi 9T series - the Mi 10T and the Mi 10T Pro are on their way along with the Mi 10T Lite.
This reveal comes from a tweet by Abhishek Yadav, as per GizmoChina's reports. Yadav's tweet mentions the three devices adding that they will be announced globally soon. Yadav also revealed some key specs of the Mi 10T Pro and shared a render.
[ Exclusive ] Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro & Mi 10 Lite Launching Soon Globally.— Abhishek Yadav (@yabhishekhd) August 26, 2020
Here is The First Look Of Mi 10T Pro.
Mi 10T Pro Specs.
•144Hz Refresh Rate
•108MP Rear Camera
•May Be Side Mounted Fingerprint Scanner I Am Not Sure About This One.#Mi10TPro #Mi10T pic.twitter.com/8ngfxyrzZo
According to Yadav, the Mi 10T Pro is going to come with a 144Hz refresh rate. There is no mention of the screen size or the front camera placement yet but it possibly might be an LCD panel since the render shows a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
Xiaomi will be shipping the Mi 10T Pro with a 108MP camera and the camera housing shows that the main sensor occupies most of the space along with three other cameras and the LED flash.
The Mi 10T Pro has been tipped to come with a 5,000mAh battery which is bigger than the battery on the Mi 10 5G and Mi 10 Ultra. There is no mention of the processor but given that the smartphone is going to come with 5G support, it could come with the Snapdragon 865 or the Snapdragon 865 Plus or even the upcoming Snapdragon 860.
The Mi 10T Pro does not look like a rebadged smartphone, unlike its predecessor, but we'll have to wait and watch.
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