The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is another flagship-level phone from the Chinese manufacturer, as it looks to gain even more market share outside of its home country. It follows on from the superb Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro from last year, and fits alongside the other Mi 10 phones of 2020.
It’s not a terribly easy range to figure out – there are several different-but-similar Mi 10 phones to pick from, with and without the T attached (though the T denotes the newer models), and then there are the Note models to take into consideration as well…
It’s perhaps easier to look at the prices to understand where each phone sits in the Xiaomi Mi 10 range. This Mi 10T Pro hasn’t been given a UK price (or launch date) yet, but costs €599 in European markets – that works out at roughly £545, so mid-to-upper-range pricing.
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1. UWB is ultra, it’s wideband, and Apple’s announcing it tomorrow?
Here’s a little preview of the future via Samsung, which said today in a blog post that says it expects UWB to be one of the “next big wireless technologies”.
UWB, or ultra-wideband, looks like the next big thing as it allows for fast data transfer over longer ranges, with precision location services baked in.
UWB chips are now present in several new smartphones, like the iPhone 11 series and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
And the reason is that the technology looks intensely useful. Better Bluetooth is a simple mostly right answer, but another example would be much better NFC, as well, given accuracies can be down to centimeters.
So, what does it mean? Samsung’s examples of using
Currently four different Xiaomi phones have 108MP main cameras – these are the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro, Mi Note 10 and Mi 10T Pro, all of which are mid-range or premium devices. However we could soon see one of the company’s affordable phones use this super-high-res camera sensor too.
This comes from reliable leaker Digital Chat Station on Weibo, who posted “J17 *, you like 108mp main camera and telephoto macro has [rabbit emojii]”. That message has been mangled in translation, as the original was written in Chinese, but the meaning is clear: Xiaomi has a new phone with the code ‘J17’ which has a 108MP main camera and another sensor paired with a telephoto macro lens. There’s probably no bunny involved though.
The recent Xiaomi Mi 10T had the codename ‘J3’ and most Xiaomi phones have codes
Xiaomi is not letting Samsung, OnePlus, and Google steal all the reasonably priced exciting smartphone fun, and has launched the Mi 10T Pro. It starts at 599 euros, or about $700, putting it in direct competition with the Samsung Galaxy S20 FE and the OnePlus 8 (soon to be 8T), plus around the same price we expect the Pixel 5 to cost.
There are several standout features that make the Mi 10T Pro worth considering, starting with a 108-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization on the back. Xiaomi and Samsung worked together on developing the 108MP camera technology, and here it comes with some new features to entice you away from Samsung’s version. These include six long exposure modes, such as one where a static subject can be isolated against a blurred moving background, plus a burst mode that converts stills into video, and a selection of new filters.
Launched on 11th August, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Smartphone is packed with a host of features like a punch-hole screen, Android 10 OS, and 128GB storage to provide versatility. The device is currently on sale on Giztop, where the website is offering a $100 discountfor all interested users.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra features a 6.67-inch screen with a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 for HD viewing experience. With an AMOLED punch-hole FHD+ display and 120Hz refresh rate, this smartphone allows seamless streaming of 4K videos. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra smartphone boasts an Android 10 operating system to let the user enjoy the latest UI and features. Powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and Adreno 650 GPU, the phone provides a quick response to various functions. The 8GB of RAM allows uninterrupted multitasking while the 128GB of inbuilt storage enables the user
Germany smartphone sales saw a big fall of 27% in Q2 2020 compared to a year ago. Europe’s largest economy went into a nationwide lockdown in mid-March in an attempt to contain the COVID-19 outbreak. But this drastic measure ended up pushing the economy into a recession in the second quarter. The nation’s GDP decreased sharply to 10.1% while consumer spending shrank by 10.9%. Smartphone market tumbled due to closures of almost all physical shops and many consumers putting off their next smartphone purchase due to the prevailing economic uncertainty.
Apple saw growth with an increase in share to 23% from 16% a year ago. Apple’s growth in the second quarter was due to strong demand for the new iPhone SE 2020.
The affordable iPhone with new hardware caters to more price-conscious buyers amid a COVID-19-driven recession.
As Huawei begins to lose ground in Germany, Xiaomi is taking up the
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Xiaomi will launch three new smartphones on September 30, the Mi 10T series. Xiaomi announced the news via its official social media channels. They will be announced during an online-only event.
The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro launch event kicks off at 2 PM CET / 5 AM PST
This press event will kick off at 2 PM CET / 1 PM BST / 5 AM PST / 8 AM EST. The devices in question are almost certainly the Xiaomi Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro, and Mi 10T Lite.
The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is expected to be a premium offering from the company. The ‘Lite’ model, on the other hand, will be a compelling budget option, if rumors are to be believed. The Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite is expected to cost less than €300, in fact.
The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro did leak quite recently. Well, the phone’s partial spec
Xiaomi has confirmed the launch of the Mi 10T series.
It will be announced on September 30.
We expect Xiaomi to launch at least two models in the series.
Xiaomi has sent out save-the-date invites for the launch of the Mi 10T line in Europe. Android Authority can now confirm that the series will be announced globally on September 30 at 2 PM CET or 1 PM BST (8 AM ET). We expect Xiaomi to host a virtual launch event on the day.
The Mi 10T is expected to launch alongside the more premium Mi 10T Pro. There are also rumors of a third Mi 10T Lite model, but nothing is confirmed as of now. You can check out the invite image below.
Credit: Supplied by Xiaomi
The Mi 10T models will succeed last year’s Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro. Unlike their predecessors, they don’t seem to be rebranded
The technology disguises the front camera under the phone screen without ruining the display effect.
Xiaomi said on Friday that it will start mass producing third generation smartphones with under-display camera technology next year even as the first two generations are yet to get well established in mass markets.
The Chinese phone maker claims that the third generation has improved full-screen effect offered via self-developed pixel arrangement.
In addition, Xiaomi has optimised the camera algorithm to match the performance with the conventional camera. The technology disguises the front camera under the phone screen without ruining the display effect, which the company said helps improve the technology and put it in mass production.
The latest technology “allows the screen to pass light through the gap area of sub-pixels, allowing each single pixel to retain a complete RGB subpixel layout without sacrificing pixel density,” Xiaomi said in a statement.