With the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 series around the corner – it’ll probably launch on February 13th – leaks keep coming up almost daily. Today was the turn of the XDA-Developers team which found something very interesting inside some build.prop files for the two smartphones.
Xiaomi Mi 10 & Mi 10 Pro to Pack 108MP Image Sensors
More specifically, we now know the handsets come with the code names “umi” and “cmi”, corresponding to the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. This wasn’t the first time we saw these two names; which were previously mentioned in a camera update inside the MIUI Gallery app.
According to XDA-Developers, this means both the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro will be featuring 108MP main sensors. Needless to say we’re probably talking about the Samsung ISOCELL HMX already seen on the Mi Note 10 series.
Other specs on the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro should include 66W super fast charging and large screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz. We’ll then find a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 CPU; along with 16GB of RAM. Meanwhile the base variant won’t be feature 66W fast charging while still packing a 108MP sensor.
But that’s not all the XDA-Developers team discovered. They also found another device named “lmi”; which is most likely going to be Redmi K30 Pro.
Redmi’s flagship will also equip a Snapdragon 865 CPU – as we’re previously seen on GeekBench. That said, the smartphone will “only” be featuring a 64MP image sensor, or at least that’s what the code in the Gallery app suggested. Design wise, the K30 Pro should look a lot like the K30 5G, with the just mentioned upgrades. This means we’ll find an extra large 6.67-inch display with 120Hz refresh rate; while fast charging will only top at 30W.
Either way, on February 13th we should finally learn more about the Xiaomi Mi 10 series. For the Redmi K30 we probably have to wait a little longer.
What are you guys most excited about? Are you waiting for Xiaomi’s or Redmi’s flagship? Let us know in the comments section below!