The Xiaomi Mi 10 from 2020 heralded its re-entry into the premium smartphone market in markets like India. In 2020, the company may consider re-launching the series with improved performance.
A new high-end Xiaomi smartphone with model number “M2102J2SC” recently went through TENAA, showing a design very similar to the Mi 10 Ultra. Interestingly, this device is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 870 chipset, a step up from the Snapdragon 865 in the Mi 10.
Released in August, the Mi 10 Ultra was limited to the Chinese market – its local name was “Xiaomi 10 Premium Edition”. Specifications included 120W fast charging, 120Hz OLED display, 108MP primary camera, and a zoom lens to zoom up to 120x. After six months, these characteristics remain unrivaled.
We don’t expect most of these features to appear in the updated Mi 10. The latest chipset has a curved OLED display, four cameras on the back, an in-display fingerprint scanner, and punch-hole selfies. Camera. Given that the camera module is much smaller than the Mi 10 Ultra, we wouldn’t be surprised if the 108MP sensor module and the periscope telephoto zoom modules are disabled.