With all the attention, good and bad, that the likes of the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Microsoft Surface Duo, and even the LG Wing, it is very easy to forget that there are far more players in the smartphone market than these big ones. Especially in China, Xiaomi’s name is still ringing loudly as it is about reminding the world, but before the Mi 10T 5G and Mi 10T Pro 5G were not leaked, perhaps for imagination, Only a few are left.
In terms of basic specifications, Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship is almost standard fare and almost the same. For example, both have 6.67-inch FHD + LCD screens, 8GB of RAM, and an extra-large 5,000mAh battery. Even with three cameras on his back, when designing, it seems to have four cameras.
There are some notable specifications, although not all of them are good. Both phones are powered by Snapdragon 865, not the Plus version of the chip. Both also have a 144Hz screen, a refresh rate that is still extremely rare on smartphones.
The difference between the two is in their cameras. While they both share the same 13MP ultra-wide lens and 5MP macro imager, the Xiaomi Mi 10T 5G only has a standard 64MP sensor while the Mi 10T Pro 5G runs at 108MP and adds a touch of optical image stabilization. Despite the similarity with the camera design of the Vivo X50 Pro, there does not appear to be any Gimbal system.
The Xiaomi Mi 10T 5G series is expected to launch on September 30. Since most of them are half an upgrade to the previous Mi 10 line, they may find it difficult to stand up to the OnePlus 8T which after a few weeks is in both specifications and especially global availability.