Aug 11, 2020 News
Xiaomi has been soaring high with great phones year in year out, as they try to become a leader in every market segment they enter. The Mi 10 devices have been well received, and provide lots of functionality, features and specs for the price point they come at. The K30 devices, which fall into a slightly lower price category, are even more popular than the flagship series, as the K30 Pro is out of stock in Pakistan for months. It's no doubt that the Chinese manufacturer has been dominating the smartphone world, even if it goes unnoticed. Now they look to add another phone to the Mi 10 series, as they're going all out with the Mi 10 Ultra.
The Phone appeared on GeekBench with some other code name, as it shows us some of the specs that the phone will have. First off, the fastest processor is going to be on board, with the Snapdragon 865+, following in the footsteps of other recent flagships like the Note 20 Ultra. Moving on, we’ll get an insane, 16GB of RAM inside the device, something we’ve only seen in the ROG 3 phone up till now - a phone solely dedicated to gaming only. The display opted for by Xiaomi will be an AMOLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, so you can expect top of the line colours and brightness. The battery is said to be 4500mAh, with the Mi 10 Ultra likely to be the first phone to make use of Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 5.0, and support up to 100W fast charging - which is just mind-boggling at this point.
It was revealed that the device will be called the Mi 10 Ultra by the CEO, and Supreme for the Chinese variant. It’s likely to cost around a 1000 dollars, as Xiaomi is holding nothing back with this stunning device. We hope that it will perform just as well in real life as it sounds on paper.