13 February 2020
We have been hearing about the Xiaomi Mi 10 series but there are not any frequent talks. Its specifications leaked back in December last year and speculation also appeared stating the series could launch in the first quarter of 2020.
We have now entered into this year and we look forward to hearing more about the device. In fact, some real-life images of the Pro variant have already leaked on Weibo and giving us the idea of what to expect.
The alleged Mi 10 Pro 5G real-life images are not offering any clear look, but a few design changes can be seen. The device in question has a curved display that curves towards its left and right sides. The device appears to have a punch-hole at the top-left corner of the screen. And since there is no visible fingerprint reader on the phone, we assume it to be an in-display fingerprint scanner.
There is a watermark on these leaked images which discloses the obvious; it reads “Mi 10 Pro 5G 108MP Quad Camera.” The label on the device carries its M2001J1C model number. This is the same model number that was spotted on 3C with and TENAA certifications as well. The bottom can be seen housing the USB-C port, a microphone, and an external speaker.
One of the images in the bunch also shows the device could be shipped with a 65W rapid charger. There is even a leaked retail box of the device in the set of images that show the device could come packed inside a black colored box with a minimalist design featuring a large-sized “10” number.
It is tipped that the device could launch on February 14. However, an official-looking teaser image has surfaced online that suggests the release date of the upcoming Xiaomi flagship The image hints that the Mi 10 could rather launch on February 11.