The Mi 10 is Xiaomi’s first flagship phone for 2020 and it will be unveiled on 23 February. Similar to the Xiaomi Mi 9, the launch is taking place at Barcelona in conjunction with Mobile World Congress 2020.
The new flagship device will be running on Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 865 processor and it will come with dual-mode 5G support. It is speculated to feature a 6.5″ 90Hz OLED display and a quad-camera setup that has a 108MP main shooter.
Based on a recent leak, the rear looks somewhat similar to the current Mi Note 10 but with one less camera. In front, it also gets a dual-curved OLED display and it has a punch-hole on the top left that houses a selfie camera.
The leaked brochure above also hints a 50X hybrid zoom and support for 8K video recording. The current Xiaomi Mi 9 was released in Malaysia for under RM2,000 and it will be interesting to see if Xiaomi can still retain its sub-RM2,000 price tag for the Mi 10.
We will be in Barcelona during the MWC week, so stay tuned to us for the latest updates.