As cell phones are getting huge amounts of new features every year, buyers want their cell phones to have a great battery life as well as great fast-charging technology that will rapidly charge their cell phones. Xiaomi is one such organization that is attempting to do both.
As indicated by a dependable leakster, Xiaomi’s forthcoming cell phones Mi 10 Pro will accompany a 50W fast-charging technology, which implies that Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Pro battery will go from 0 to 100 percent in 35 minutes(via GSMArena). The cell phone will likewise support wireless fast charging, however, everyone doesn’t know how quick it can get the battery completely charged.
The Mi 9 packs 3,300mAh battery, so everyone can anticipate that the number should go up to at least 4,000 in the forthcoming Mi 10 Pro. On the off chance that it packs a 4,000mAh battery and takes 35 minutes to get completely charged, it’ll be second to Oppo Reno Ace, which packs a 4,000mAh battery and takes just 28 minutes to get completely charged.
Aside from the battery, everyone doesn’t know a lot about the Mi 10 Pro. All things considered, they know a considerable amount about the Mi 10, and aside from a few areas, they expect the specs of the Mi 10 Pro to be like the Mi 10.
Mi 10 is going to feature a waterfall screen design that twists 90 degrees from the edges. The cell phone is additionally expected to feature a 6.67-inch QHD display with a 96 percent screen-to-body ratio. Under the display, people will have a fingerprint reader, which they can use as a way to unlock their cell phones in case they are not an immense fan of unlocking a cell phone with PINs.
It’s reputed to feature a 108MP Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX primary sensor with 3x optical zoom, and going with them will be a 20MP and a 16MP sensor. For selfies, people will have a 32MP shooter at the front.
Powering the Mi 10 will be an incredible Snapdragon 865 processor. It’ll be accessible in four color options — blue, red, green, and pink.
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