by Ray Kyle De Castro | August 27, 2020 1:36 pm
XDADevelopers and a number of Twitter leaksters have unearthed the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro to the light of day. Earlier this year, Digital Chat Station from Weibo has shared information about Xiaomi’s new flagship device, “Apollo”, since July. Now, more information about the device surfaced.
Twitter tipsters @Sudhanshu1414 and @yabhishekhd tweeted about the device yesterday. They claim that it will feature a 144Hz refresh rate display, a 5,000mAh battery and a 108MP camera. Along that is a photo of a render starring the rear camera array and the rear of the device showing the model number, M2007J3SG. The number corresponds to that of the rumored Xiaomi Apollo.
Geekbench scores and according to XDA, point out that the chip inside it will be Qualcomm Snapdragon 865. This positions the device at the upper eschelons of the midrange segment.
A report also from XDA has tipped actual images of the handset itself. This consists of the rear of the device and the front. The user will have a punch-hole cutout offset to the top left of the screen. As for the rear, this confirms the leaked renders from the tipsters on Twitter. The handset in subject seems to be a pre-production Engineering unit as it runs on AOSP stock instead of Xiaomi’s latest popular Android skin, MIUI 12
For pricing details, Digital Chat Station has a guesstimate of it. His thoughts, if it were to launch at China, it will retail for 3K or 3000CNY, which is PHP 22,000 directly converted.
If the price is correct and translate to global markets, this might be Xiaomi’s trump card in offering a budget flagship handset for the global market. It’s debut of where and when is still unknown but we will expect information to unfold as the device has been already spotted in different renders and images.
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