Xiaomi launched its first high-end 2019 in February. The Mi 9 has become one of the most interesting devices on the market to date, but is no longer listed on the brand's official website in China.
As we get closer to the end of the year, clearly the launch of the brand's next high-end gets closer. With this withdrawal, it is certain that the Xiaomi Mi 10 is getting closer to launch.
One of Xiaomi's big bets for 2020 is the 5G. Given that the Mi 9 does not offer this technology, it seems to be a confirmation that the brand was serious about the bet.
Recently a Xiaomi device passed the CQCC certification regulator in China. The device in question has the model number “M2001J1E”, and is intended to be the Mi 10.
Mi 10 can arrive with fast 66W charging
An interesting fact is that the device is equipped with the “MDY-11-EB” charging model. In practice it means that it supports fast 66W charging.
To get an idea, this certainly means that the device must be fully charged in less than 30 minutes. However, official figures are still unknown at this time.
Snapdragon 865 should be the Mi 10 processor, although it has not yet been officially released. Cameras should also be a big bet, after the buzz caused by the 108MP sensor on the Mi Note 10. The launch should take place in February.
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