Xiaomi Mi 10 Series will be one of the first Smartphones With Snapdragon 865 Platform and an X55 Modem


Xiaomi Mi 10  flagships will launch in quarter one 2020 as one of the world’s first smartphones to feature the flagship Snapdragon 865 Mobile Platform.

Speculations point out that the device will be an evolution of the Mi 9 model.

From the renders, the Xiaomi Mi 10 series which comprise of the Mi 10 and the Mi 10 Pro will both have a 6.57s-inch display and a 90Hz refresh rate.

Weibo, a Chinese microblogging website,  specs suggested a 6.5-inch OLED display on both devices, but with a 90Hz refresh rate.

Further, the Mi 10 Pro might come in with the 120Hz display instead to help differentiate them. However, this is based on pure speculations and there might be slight changes on launch.

Earlier on, Leaked specs from an online store suggest the display is actually 6.57-inches. the leak further suggested a dual-camera arrangement, with 32 and 8-megapixel sensors.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Specifications


The Mi 10 series will support the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 platform launched earlier in the Tech Summit. During the summit, Xiaomi confirmed to have launched a new Qualcomm hardware.

Xiaomi had also confirmed that it will be one of the first phones to use the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 platform in the Mi 10.

Moreso,  Xiaomi has a  long history of using Snapdragon 8 series hardware. It has used it on hundreds of devices and the next-gen device will be no different.

pocket-lint also confirms that. Xiaomi would be launching a range of 5G handsets. High chances are the Mi 10 series would support 5G on X55 modem.

The Mi 10 Pro will have 12GB RAM, while the Mi 10 will start at 8GB, according to leaked specs. There will be options for 128, 256GB on the Mi 10, while the Mi 10 Pro will also offer 512GB storage.

Both phones will have a 4500mAh battery. The Mi 10 will have 40W wired and 30 wireless, while the Pro will have 66W wired and 40W wireless superfast charging.

A review on pocket-lint notes that  Xiaomi packs in an impressive performance for the price. Recently, Xiaomi used a new Sony IMX686 64-megapixel sensor in the Redmi K30 as well as launching a 108-megapixel system in the Mi Note 10.

There are high possibilities the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro might use these cameras again. Which means,  the Mi 10 will have the 64-megapixel Sony sensor, paired with 20, 12 and 5-megapixel cameras.

The Mi 10 Pro will probably get the 108-megapixel camera, with 48, 12 and 8-megapixel cameras.

Leaked specs have suggested that the Mi 10 will be priced in the RMB3000 range approximately about £330 while the Mi 10 Pro will start at RMB3799, which is around £410.

On the flip side, these prices are subject to change, especially with the global markets release.