Xiaomi is predicted to take the wraps off the Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition on August 11 in China. The flagship will debut alongside the K30 Ultra and different unnamed products. Forward of the launch occasion, the Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition which may also be often called Mi 10 Ultra has made an appearance on GeekBench.
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Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Details
The device seems as Xiaomi M2007J1SC and a search on our database exhibits that the model has previously appeared on GeekBench and several other different certification web sites. It appeared on GeekBench first on July 31 and in addition was noticed on AnTuTu benchmark. The device was beforehand thought to bear the moniker Mi 10 Pro Plus however with Xiaomi’s newest confirmation, we now know the precise name.
It has constantly been listed as packing a Snapdragon 865+ processor. The only-core score of 901 and multi-core score of 3275 is consistent with these of different SD 865+ models. This current GeekBench itemizing additional exhibits that the device can have a large 16GB of RAM onboard.
The renders of the Mi 10 Ultra leaked over the weekend exhibiting the device can have a Quad-camera setup on the rear including a square periscope lens that may achieve 120x zoom. The other sensors embody a 108MP principal camera, 20MP super wide-angle and a8MP telephoto sensor.
Moreover, the device is predicted to come back with an FHD+ resolution AMOLED display which supports 120Hz refresh rate. It’s going to additionally pack a 4500mAh battery and can have support for 100W or 120W ultra-fast wired charging.
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