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The Xiaomi Mi 10 has a screen that curve at the edges and that are broken up by punch-hole cut-out cameras in the top left of the display.
On the back there`s a camera bump in the top left corner, although the lenses spill off the bump and onto the flat of the body. Each phone has a wide range of colors available, judging by marketing material.
The display could impress many people. Both phones have a 6.67-inch 1080 x 2340 OLED screen with HDR10+, and they both also support a screen refresh rate of 90Hz, to make content and motion look a bit smoother.
We`ll have to test the screen when we get our hands on these devices, but it seems pretty decent on paper.
One of the most important features of the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro is the 108MP main camera on both, seen previously on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10, which should take fantastic pictures, and supports 8K video recording like the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. The other cameras on each are different, though.
On the Xiaomi Mi 10, there`s a 13MP ultra-wide camera, 2MP macro snapper, and 2MP depth sensor. These specs seem rather middling, but we`ll have to test out the phone before making a definitive statement on it.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro has a 20MP ultra-wide camera and two telephoto lenses. One of these is 8MP and supports 10x hybrid zoom, and the other is 12MP with 2x optical zoom, which is used for portrait mode. This combo was present in the Mi Note 10 and we were fans there, although that device also had a macro lens.
Both phones have 20MP front-facing cameras too, which is a pretty decent resolution for the selfie snapper, though we`ve seen better.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 run on the top-end Snapdragon 865 chipset, so when the phones release in China they`ll be the second (and third) phones in the world available with it after the ZTE Axon 10S Pro. That chipset has an adjacent 5G modem, and it seems that both of the Xiaomi phones will be 5G phones as a result.
In terms of battery, the Xiaomi Mi 10 actually has the larger power pack, with a 4,780mAh capacity, slightly over the Mi 10 Pro with 4,500mAh, so the Mi 10 will likely last a bit longer.
The charging speeds are a bit better on the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro though, as this has 50W fast charging, 30W wireless charging, and 10W reverse wireless charging, which lets you use the device as a wireless power mat for other devices. The Mi 10 has these same stats except the standard charging is only 30W.
For memory, the Xiaomi Mi 10 has 128GB and 256GB storage space options available, along with 8GB or 12GB of RAM.
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