According to the available information, the Mi 10 series will use a quad-rear camera configuration.
In fact, though, you don't even need to wait until the earliest of those dates to see official images of one of the Xiaomi Mi 10 models, because as well as confirming those dates the company has also shared a marketing image of the phone on Weibo (a Chinese social network). A couple of renders suggesting the differences between the Mi 10 and the superior Mi 10 Pro have also surfaced online.
On the back, the design language is carried over from the Mi 9, but it's clear we're getting an extra camera lens - that's four in total.
Mi 10 Pro's GeekBench results are impressive, to say the least. The camera setup highlights the 108-megapixel image sensor. This will help the device achieve the fastest sequential write speeds of up to 730MB/s which is expected to help the device process the 108MP photos much faster than the Mi Note 10 from late past year.
On the other hand, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro features an additional sensor between the second and third lenses. Additionally, the poster also reveals that the device will feature a curved display, much like the one we expect to see on Samsung's upcoming flagship S20 series. If the Mi 10 should cost this much, then the Mi 10 Pro which should have a higher price tag may max at around $800. This could, in effect, help the Xiaomi Mi 10 achieve unparalleled thermal performance. The smartphone has scored 904 points in the single-core test and 3,290 points in the multi-core test.