A few weeks ago Xiaomi had launched a high performance variant of its flagship smartphone series with the Mi 10 Ultra. It appears that the brand is still far from done with the series as a recent leak allegedly revealed that a Mi 10T linel might be introduced in the near future.
According to a report by XDA, several sources have shared what appears to be live photos of the alleged Xiaomi Mi 10T smartphone – specifically, a Pro variant. The images revealed that the device sports a rear camera setup that bears a slight resemblance to the one on the Vivo X50, with a large primary camera sitting prominently on top of other smaller ones below it. It is suggested that the Pro variant sports a 108MP main sensor, while XDA believes that the standard model will include a 64MP camera instead. The leaked images also revealed that the phone will be available in three colour options or more, with the ones showcased are blue, light blue, and lavender.
The alleged Mi 10T Pro’s front design is shown to feature a large flat panel display with a punch-hole camera cutout on the top left, while a volume rocker and a fingerprint sensor + lock button is visible on the right side of the device. Most would immediately notice that the phone is running on stock Android 10, but it is believed that the Mi 10T series will run on the latest MIUI 12 build when it launches. Sources also suggest that the new smartphone may feature a 144Hz display, a 5,000mAh battery, and is powered by either a Snapdragon 865 or 865 Plus chipset.
It is not known when this new Xiaomi smartphone series is expected to be released, and the same can be said for its pricing. With the number of leaks surrounding the device, it is possible that the company may officially announce the Xiaomi Mi 10T models soon.