Xiaomi has lined up some of its awesome smartphone models which are going to be revealed in the second half of 2020. Recently, the Chinese giant has confirmed the release date for its upcoming Mi 10 Ultra line. This smartphone will be released on August 11, 2020, inside and outside of China.
Mi 10 Ultra is a part of the “Commemorative Edition” from the house of Xiaomi. With the introduction of the new smartphone, the company also aims to compete with the Galaxy Note 20 line up from the house of Samsung.
A post from a Xiaomi official reveals the specs and details of the upcoming Mi 10 Ultra. According to the post, there could also be a collector’s version of this Xiaomi smartphone.
Features and specifications
Mi 10 Ultra is one of the most talked-about smartphones which will be released in the year 2020. Xiaomi already had the idea of this kind of design for the smartphone for a few years. And now, it is finally going to reveal a device with no holes, no notches, and no moving parts.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra will be equipped with the Snapdragon 865+ processor, a 120Hz AMOLED screen. It has a near baseless finish with a single top punch hole. Besides this, it has got a 4,500 mAh double battery with a fast charge of 120W. Additionally, Mi 10 Ultra also supports 55W wireless charging and it could charge itself from 0 to 100 percent in just 20 minutes.
As for the camera, Xiaomi is going to use a periscope lens instead of a telephoto lens. As usual, Mi 10 Ultra will have a quad rear camera set up and will offer a zoom of up to 120 times than before.
Price and availability
This Mi 10 Ultra is surely going be the best among the lineup and could have an expected price of 1100- 1200 euros (approx. INR 1,06,149) or even more. The smartphone will be available in three variants – 8GB RAM/ 256GB, 12GB RAM/ 256GB and 16GB RAM/ 512GB storage. It will be released officially on August 11. The device will be revealed in China first and will be available worldwide eventually.
Rumors have it that Xiaomi could also launch devices with transparent back along with smartphones with a front camera under the display. Nevertheless, as the release date is approaching, Xiaomi is revealing the specs of Mi 10 Ultra little by little. Stay in touch for more info.