Xiaomi has announced that it will launch the Mi 10T series of smartphones at the end of this month. The series is the latest member to enter the brand’s flagship Mi 10 line-up following the original, Pro and Ultra variants in 2020.
The announcement did not provide details regarding the smartphone, as expected. But if you recall our report from last month, alleged images and specifications of the new Xiaomi Mi 10T have been leaked prior to this.
To recap, the leaked live photos revealed that the supposed Xiaomi phone features a rear camera layout that resembled the Vivo X50. Specifically, a rectangular camera island that houses a large primary sensor is located on top while the others sit below. One of the images of the alleged phone revealed that it may also feature an all-screen front display with a singular punch-hole camera cutout on its top left.
As for its specifications, the leaks suggested that the phone may feature a 144Hz display, either a Snapdragon 865 or 865 Plus chipset, and a battery capacity of 5,000mAh. As with other recent smartphones from Xiaomi, the Mi 10T is believed to include the latest version of MIUI 12 out of the box, and would be released with a Pro variant alongside the standard version.
Whether these leaks are accurate or not will depend on the phone’s full reveal when it launches later this month. According to the company’s official Twitter account, the new Xiaomi Mi 10T see an online launch on 30 September at 2pm GMT+2 (8pm local time).
(Source: Xiaomi [Twitter])