With Xiaomi’s 10th anniversary launch hours ahead, Xiaomi’s latest MI 10 Ultra has started to surface on the internet. The phone was recently spotted on cross-platform processor benchmark software ‘Geekbench’ wherein it is seen to have scored 901 and 3267 points in the single-core and multi-core tests respectively.
Previously regarded as Xiaomi’s MI10 Extreme commemorative Edition (M2007J1SC) it will also be known as MI 10 ultra, thanks to the company’s confirmation.
The phone has been leaked already quite a few times on the internet, hinting about its specs. The phone will run on the latest Android 10 and is expected to bring some noteworthy specifications with it, including a 16 GB RAM (Probably in the high-end variant) with a Snapdragon 865+ chipset.
It is confirmed to have a 120hz FHD+ AMOLED display, with a 120 watts super-fast charger and a 120x digital zoom camera sensor. The reports and leaks suggest that the MI 10 ultra may arrive with a Quad Camera setup which is expected to be carried over from the Mi 10 Pro with a 108MP primary shooter, 20MP super ultrawide sensor, and an 8MP telephoto sensor.
Moreover, there has been an interesting rumor flying about the phone that the MI 10 Ultra will be the first commercial phone with an in-screen front camera which may also make it Xiaomi’s most expensive phone to date.
Here are some of the rumoured specs of MI 10 ultra:
❏ Curved 120hz AMOLED Display
❏ Snapdragon 865+
❏ Punch hole screen
❏ Quad camera
❏ 120X Digital Zoom
❏ Android 10
❏ 100W/120W Wired, 55W WC
❏ 4,500mah battery