Xiaomi Mi 10 smartphone is scheduled to launch in the first quarter of 2020. Xiaomi is expected to launch Mi 10 Pro along with the Mi 10. New leaks suggest the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro will sport 108-megapixel cameras.
Xiaomi is also rumoured to launch the new Mi 10 series as earlu as next week.
Xiaomi's Mi 10 phones have been spotted on multiple leaks recently. The latest one suggests 108-megapixel camera on both the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. According to a report by xdadevelopers, Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro codenames have been confirmed for Xiaomi phones sporting the 108-megapixel camera. Xiaomi had been working on four phones in total with Mi Note 10 Pro and Mi Mix Alpha being the other two.
The report also states that both the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro will run on Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865 processor. Xiaomi had already confirmed the Mi 10 will use the Snapdragon 865 chipset. Also, the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro will run MIUI 11 based on Android 10.
The Mi 10 launch schedule was leaked online and comes from tipster Xiaomishka on Twitter. According to the leak, Xiaomi will announce the new Mi 10 series on February 2 followed by the launch on February 13 which will be an online conference. The new Mi 10 will go on sale the next day, while the Mi 10 Pro will be available later on February 18. With only a few days to go, we'll soon get to know if Xiaomi is indeed launching the Mi 10 series next week.
Bluetooth speaker or powerbank: Xiaomi teases first 2020 Redmi products
Xiaomi is yet to begin 2020 product launches in India. The company has now begun releasing teasers for its upcoming devices under Redmi lineup.
Now, Redmi India on its official Twitter handle has dropped a new teaser hinting at a new Redmi product launch. The teaser doesn't reveal what product Redmi is going to launch but the silhouettes suggest it could be a new powerbank. There are also speculations that it could be a Bluetooth speaker.
A teaser shared by Xiaomi VP Manu Kumar Jain last week claimed Redmi 2020 portfolio will offer "power-packed phones", "powerful processors", and "powerful user experience." The teaser has triggered speculations of Redmi 9 series launched in India.
The new series will succeed Xiaomi's popular entry-level and budget smartphones, Redmi 8. Not much is known about Redmi 9 so far. A recent leak claimed Redmi 9 series could use MediaTek's Helio G70 processor. The chip launched in India recently and is aimed at gaming and power users.
Xiaomi has made some big changes to its strategy for India. Redmi and Mi are now operating separate sub-brands. Another sub-brand Poco is now operating as a standalone brand in India. Poco recently launched its second smartphone in India, Poco X2.
Realme on Thursday launched a new budget smartphone in India. Realme C3 comes with a refreshed design, bigger display and performance improvements from its predecessor, Realme C2.