In the afternoon, Xiaomi unveiled its new Mi 10T series of smartphones. This only a couple of months after the Mi 10 mobiles came to Sweden and managed to impress us in terms of performance. This time we get to know a trio: Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro as well as the more modest Mi 10T Lite.
The first two phones focus on Qualcomm’s flagship processor Snapdragon 865 (not Plus) and also share screen specifications. Some of these are 144 Hz in image refresh rate, a size of 6.67 inches and Adaptive Sync technology that adapts the refresh rate to what is currently displayed on the screen. This is to save on the battery, which has a size of 5,000 mAh.
The triple camera rig on the back consists of a main sensor of 108 (Mi 10T Pro) and 64 megapixels (Mi 10T), an ultra-wide angle of 13 megapixels and a macro sensor of 5 megapixels. It’s not very new compared to this spring’s Mi 10 models – the news will instead be found in the software where we now find a bunch of new exposure modes specifically designed for specific photo situations. On the video page, there is a function that allows you to shoot with the selfie camera (20 and 16 mp respectively) at the same time as the main camera in the back.
In short, the camera and larger memory configurations are what differentiate the models. Mi 10T Pro can be purchased with 8 GB of frame and either 128 or 256 GB of storage space while Mi 10T is available with either 6/128 or 8/128 GB.
Unfortunately, we do not receive exact information on Swedish prices and availability for the Mi 10T Pro and Mi 10T, but the euro target price is 499 and 599, respectively, for the smaller configurations.
The Mi 10T Lite looks rather to fall into the mid-range category with its leaner Snapdragon 750G processor, lower image refresh rate (max 120 Hz) and more modest camera setup. Even there, however, we do not get any exact information about exactly how price-pressed the phone becomes and when it can reach Sweden.