Today, Xiaomi has confirmed to introduced its latest premium 5G smartphone Mi 10 Ultra in China on August 11 with 120x digital zoom, and it is the successor of Mi 10 Pro that was launch back in February. According to the renders, the actual image of the phone has leaked from the backside where we can see that have a quad-camera setup with 120x digital zoom in silver finish and the other three cameras in a black finish with dual-LED flash.
On the camera module Written "ASPH" that denotes its simply an umbrella term for aspherical lens elements. These tend to be more advanced, smaller, and more efficient than simple lenses at combating different types of aberrations and delivering superior sharpness with fewer optical elements, in a smaller volume. The live photo of a retail box has also leaked and comes in a ceramic back and transparent back color. The official case on the phone has also leaked where a flip cover and a back cover shows.
According to the report, the Mi 10 Ultra comes with an FHD+ AMOLED display, a 120Hz refresh rate, and runs on the latest Snapdragon 865 Plus processor with up to 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and up to 512GB of UFS 3.1 storage. The ceramic edition model will come with 8GB of RAM, 256GB storage, and 12GB of RAM, 256GB storage. The transparent back model will have 12GB of RAM, 256GB as the base model, and the higher model has 16GB of RAM, 512 GB storage.
It features HiRes audio with a custom algorithm and a next-gen, in-display fingerprint scanner. It will be powered by a dual-cell battery of 4,500 mAh that supports 100 or 120W fast wired charging with 55W fast wireless charging.
We should know more details and the full specifications of the phone when it goes officially launch on August 11.