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Xiaomi Mi 10 Android flagship phone could launch in Q1 2020

17 December 2019 0

Xiaomi Mi 10 for reference only

Xiaomi must be working on its next set of smartphones to launch in 2020 and going by what the company itself is talking about, one of them is Mi 10, the high-end phone. A week before the launch of the Redmi K30 5G smartphone, the company had announced that it will launch the Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone pretty soon and the device will be powered by Snapdragon 865 processor.

Now, according to a comment made by Redmi’s PR Manager, the launch of the Xiaomi Mi 10 could happen in the first quarter of 2020. The actual launch date is unknown but, at least, we know the timeframe during which the flagship phone could arrive.

Nothing else can be gleaned from here since we don’t have any other information to proceed with. The presence of the Snapdragon 865 processor could, however, enough to tell the potential and power the Xiaomi Mi 10 is going to have.

Qualcomm unveiled the Snapdragon 865 flagship mobile processor earlier this year at its Tech Summit event. The processor comes with Snapdragon X55 5G modem and capable of offering up to 7.5Gbps download speeds. It comes with Adreno 650 GPU which will get updated via Play Store. It has a new ISP and capable of supporting up to 200MP camera sensors, shooting 8K videos, and capture 4K HDR shots. It can also be used to capture 720p slow-motion videos at 960fps as well as Dolby Vision HDR videos. So, with such a beasty set of features, you can estimate the potential of the Xiaomi Mi 10 and what heavy specifications it could come with.

Just stay tuned to know more about the Xiaomi Mi 10.

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Xiaomi Mi 10 Android flagship phone could launch in Q1 2020
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