Additionally, later this month on February 23rd, the company will be even hosting a global launch event in Barcelona ahead of MWC 2020.
Thus, for the first time in its short history, Xiaomi will not introduce a flagship at a physical launch where large media outlets are invited. Under the hood, Mi 10 Pro will run on the latest flagship chip by Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 865 SoC with upto 16GB RAM.
This could well be 10x digital zoom and 5x optical zoom, but the results are still impressive from what will likely be a sub-US$500 smartphone.
Regardless, Xiaomi's Vice President Lu Weibing has plagued the Mi 10's zoom functions, which is the flagship of the Sles digital camera.
SEE ALSO: Xiaomi teases new Redmi phone. LPDDR5 will also allow for complex Augmented Reality games, which are heavy users of RAM bandwidth. They are expected to support 5G and today it was confirmed by a company executive through another major announcement - the phones will use LPDDR5 RAM chips, manufactured by Micron. Apart from this, there is news of a 6.57-inch AMOLED display in the phone. It can also be given a 90Hz refresh rate. It's unclear if it's just a crop of the 108-megapixel image sample or shot separately using the 5-megapixel telephoto lens. There is also a possibility of 32 megapixels and 8 megapixel dual AI selfie camera in the phone. Apart from this, 48W fast charging support can be given.
Mi-10 Pro about too many things are coming in front. This leads us to believe that the Mi 10 series will not offer more than 12GB of RAM.