Xiaomi Mi 10 with 108MP Camera, 30W Wireless Charging Launched at Rs. 49,999 in India

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After months of teasers and delayed launches, Xiaomi has lastly launched its Mi 10 flagship phone in India today. That is the first Mi-branded premium smartphone to make its way to India in a very long time. Mi Mix 2 was the last one to land in India back in 2017 and Xiaomi has focused all its efforts to build out the Redmi brand ever since.

The Chinese giant is launching solely the Mi 10 and not the Pro variant in India. Mi 10 is surely a powerful entry back into the flagship segment, taking on prominent rivals such as OnePlus and Realme. The smartphone features a curved display, 108MP quad-camera array, Qualcomm’s flagship chipset, and wi-fi charging. Let’s check out the entire specs, price, availability details:

Mi 10: Specs and Features

The smartphone features a curvaceous glass-sandwich design, which ought to feel snug and comfy within the hand. You’ve gotten a display curved at both edges and a punch-hole cutout on the front and a quad-camera array on the rear. There’s an in-display fingerprint sensor onboard as nicely.

  • Display

Mi 10 contains a 6.67-inch Full-HD+ AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and 180Hz touch response rate. The panel boasts 2340 x 1080pixel resolution, a peak brightness of 1120 nits, and HDR10+ support. The punch-hole cutout homes a 20MP selfie snapper with 120fps slo-mo video recording support.

  • Internals

Like another flagship launched in 2020, Mi 10 is powered by the Snapdragon 865 chipset underneath the hood. You will also discover up to 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.0 storage on board. The storage is not expandable due to the lack of a microSD card slot.

Mi 10 packs dual-mode 5G support in India, because of the Snapdragon X55 modem onboard. The device also supports WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1 out-of-the-box. As for the thermals, Mi 10 is equipped with a 3000 sq. mm. liquid cooling plate, vapor chamber, and graphene sheets covering up the key elements.

Mi 10 includes two speakers for a true stereo audio experience, no IP rating, and an X-axis linear vibration motor for amazing haptic feedback.

  • Software

It’s vital to speak about software with the Mi 10. Clearly, Mi 10 runs Xiaomi’s own MIUI 11 skin primarily based on Android 10 out-of-the-box. And as it’s possible you’ll all know, MIUI is riddled with adverts and bloatware to decrease the costs and bring in income – there’s an choice to disable all of it .

Nicely, if you’re planning to purchase the Mi 10, you won’t have to cope with any adverts or bloatware. Xiaomi is pitching its Mi 10 flagship phone as a “Tier 1 Android device”. This implies it should provide a extra stock-like experience by switching out its own Mi-branded system apps and bloat for Google apps out-of-the-box on the Mi 10 in India.

  • Cameras

mi 10 cameras

The rear camera system aboard the Mi 10 is helmed by a major 108MP (f/1.69) Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor with a 7P lens and OIS support. You’ll find a 13MP (f/2.4) ultra-wide-angle camera with a 123-degree FOV, a 2MP (f/2.4) macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor on board to spherical up the kitty.

Due to the lack of a telephoto lens, which is present on the Pro variant, this phone isn’t as versatile but packs a slew of fantastic camera features. The Mi 10 supports 8K video recording at 24fps, shoot steady mode (uses OIS+EIS to output super steady movies), Pro video, and RAW photo capture. There’s a VLOG, Portrait, Film, and several other video modes baked into this device.

  • Battery

Mi 10 also comes equipped with a 4,780mAh battery pack, which is fairly decent for a premium flagship. But, the 30W wired and 30W wireless charging support is what makes this phone a lot more fascinating, not less than for me. You get the 30W Turbo Charge adapter within the box.

There’s 10W reverse wireless charging support on board as well. This makes the Mi 10 stand tall towards the OnePlus 8, which does not help wireless charging like its Pro variant.

Price and Availability

Mi 10 is priced at a whopping Rs. 49,999 for the 8GB+128GB base variant whereas the 8GB+256GB variant is priced at Rs. 54,999 in India. If you pre-order the device, you will get a Mi Wireless Power bank value Rs. 2,499 for free.

The smartphone will likely be out there in two engaging colours, particularly Coral Green and Twilight Gray. Will probably be up for pre-order instantly on Amazon India and Xiaomi’s official website, with offline availability within the near future. So, what are your ideas on the pricing? Will you decide OnePlus 8 Pro or Mi 10 at this price point? Let us know within the comments beneath.

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