Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro launched for 550-Euros / £500 – Mi 10T for 449-Euros / £400 – £100 extra for a 108MP camera

Xiaomi has officially launched its latest affordable flagship phones, the Mi 10T series. The two main phones have been heavily leaked and there is nothing particularly surprising to announce, the one bit of information we found out today was the pricing.

Mi 10T Pro vs Mi 10T = 108MP sensor

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro launched for 550-Euros / £500 - Mi 10T for 449-Euros / £400 - £100 extra for a 108MP camera 5

There is basically no difference between the two phones apart from the primary rear camera, which is a 64MP sensor on the more affordable model and a massive 104MP sensor on the Pro model. This will be the same sensor that is used on the flagship Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro which retails for over 800-euros. The Xiaomi M10T is very similar to the Poco F2 Pro

From the Xiaomi press release:

Xiaomi has played a prominent role in defining the 108MP camera segment, and Mi 10T Pro continues this legacy. With OIS and support for 8K video, Mi 10T Pro sets a new bar. Building on our existing technology, we’ve included new and dynamic photography software features such as Photo and Video clones, Long exposure modes, Time-lapse selfie, Timed burst and Dual video for elevated creativity, curation and captivation.

Specification Overview

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro launched for 550-Euros / £500 - Mi 10T for 449-Euros / £400 - £100 extra for a 108MP camera 6

Beyond that sensory, unless I have missed something, they are identical. So they both have:

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Chipset
  • 6,67-inch 1080P LCD display running at 144Hz
  • Side-mounted fingerprint scanner
  • 13MP ultra wide lens
  • 5MP macro
  • 20MP in-display (punch hole) selfie
  • 5000mAh batter
  • 33W charging (with a 33W charger included)

Price and Availability

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro will be  550-Euros  which should work out as £500

The Xiaomi Mi 10T will be  449-Euros which should work out as £400

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