Xiaomi Mi 10i 5G: mid-range photo revolution arrives on January 5 (but not for everyone)

Xiaomi Mi 10i 5G: mid-range photo revolution arrives on January 5 (but not for everyone)

Xiaomi continues its demand to launch new smartphones to “fill” the mid-range market with variants of various equipment from its estate. And next January 5 will officially present the new Xiaomi Mi 10i 5G.

This is another piece of equipment for the Mi 10 family that will be launched exclusively in India. And you won’t be really surprised if I tell you that it’s an enhanced version of two smartphones you already know.

Looking at the teaser shared by the brand, it is revealed that it will have the same design as the Mi 10T Lite launched globally. And apparently it will arrive with the same characteristics that we have also seen in the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G launched in China.

The great highlight of this new smartphone is the fact that it promises a revolution in the photographic segment in a mid-range device. This is because it must have the new ISOCELL HM2 sensor presented by Samsung in September.

The processor of the equipment is also guaranteed. It will use the Snapdragon 750G that Qualcomm and Xiaomi had previously debuted with the Mi 10T Lite.

The great inspiration of this equipment will be the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G launched in China. It is therefore expected that the 108MP sensor will be accompanied by an 8MP wide angle and 2MP macro and depth sensors.

This should therefore be a smartphone that will stay in India, given the numerous similarities with the aforementioned Mi 10T Lite. This photographic sensor will definitely be used by Xiaomi in future equipment.

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