MIUI 11 code confirmed the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro with 66W charging support


Xiaomi Mi 10
Xiaomi Mi 9 Source: Tech Advisor

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro will be there, while on the other hand an Explorer Edition will be missing … And throughout 2020 not even a new Mi Pad tablet will arrive. These are the latest rumors relating to its new upcoming devices of the Chinese giant. These devices could even be presented only online as a prevention measure against the epidemic of the new coronavirus. It’s unconfirmed rumors, but above all the first is quite solid.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is coming soon

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro discovered in the MIUI 11 code – Thanks to the colleagues of xda-developers, we also have direct confirmation of the related model code M2001J1C. It had been certified by the CCC body towards the end of last November. At the time it was thought it is the Chinese Redmi K30. The most interesting detail emerged then was the support to the ultrafast wired charging to 66W.

The rumors about Explorer Edition and Mi Pad come instead from the Chinese social network Weibo. They came from a leaker generally reliable but who does not offer many additional details. Recall that the Explorer Editions have been seen for the last two generations of flagships at the beginning of the year, namely the Mi 8 and the Mi 9: they have a transparent rear body that allows you to see the internal circuits. The source also says that in recent months has not seen any prototype with 2K display at 120 Hz. We know that Xiaomi is testing them, but at this point, it seems that they will not already arrive with the Mi 10.

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While Xiaomi chose to launch the Mi 9 last year on the same day as the Samsung Galaxy S10 series. We’re not sure of the launch date yet and the on-going Coronavirus epidemic might lead to some unexpected delay. Xiaomi’s co-founder and vice-chairman Lei Jun, however, reportedly assured that the Mi 10 with Snapdragon 865 5G will be launched in the first quarter itself. We’ll update you as we learn more about the company’s plans.

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