According to the information from the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Xiaomi Mi 10 Standard Edition now has a network access license. There has been a couple of leaks and speculations regarding this device in recent times. This includes the recent spy images that show its quad-rear cameras and punch-hole screen.
As of the end of November 2019, some Xiaomi 5G models with numbers M2001J1E and M2001J1C received 3C certification. The certification information shows that this new Xiaomi 5G phone supports up to 66W fast charging. In addition, two other Xiaomi 5G phones (M2001J2E and M2001J2C) also received 3C certification. However, these support up to 30W fast charge.
According to speculations, these phones are the Xiaomi Mi 10 series. Among them, M2001J2E is the Xiaomi Mi 10 Standard Edition from Fu Zhikang Precision Electronics (Langfang) Co., Ltd. At present, this phone already has a radio transmission license, 3C certification, and a network access license.
Xiaomi Mi 10 design and features
A few days ago, the real shot of this phone appeared on the net. Though the renderings show the main design elements of the handset, looking at the real model is more interesting. As previously exposed, this phone has a punch-hole screen design with curved edges. The hole’s position is at the upper left corner of the screen. Thanks to the extremely narrow processing of the surrounding borders, the overall screen of the Xiaomi Mi 10 is still considerable. Yes, the visual effects are quite amazing. In addition, we can also see the ‘MIUI 11.0.2’ version displayed on the settings interface of the phone.
However, some attentive users found that the rear camera part of the smartphone is not harmonious. Especially the light on the camera is not natural, and the halo effect on the back of the smartphone has obvious tearing. According to the previously disclosed information, the Xiaomi Mi 10 series uses a punch-hole screen solution, the rear cameras are arranged vertically, and the main camera has a 100MP resolution.
In terms of core configuration, the Mi 10 series debuts the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform. The latter supports SA and NSA dual-mode 5G. Thus, we are dealing with the first dual-mode 5G flagship of the Xiaomi Mi series.