Xiaomi Mi 10T Series Globally Launched From ~RM1,357
Just moments ago, Xiaomi has globally launched the new Mi 10T series, which consists of three new smartphones.
Xiaomi Mi 10T Series launched globally
Xiaomi is the first brand in the world to introduce a 108MP camera in a smartphone, and with the Mi 10T Pro, they’ve included it as well, where it supports OIS and 8K video support. As for the standard Mi 10T, it comes with a 64MP main camera instead, the only difference from the Pro version aside from color options. Memory is also different as the Mi 10T Pro offers 8GB RAM that’s paired with either 128GB and 256GB internal storage while the Mi 10T’s max storage is 128GB that comes with either 6GB or 8GB options.
Accompanying the lens is a 13MP ultra-wide angle camera as well as a 5MP macro shooter. At the front, you can find their 20MP selfie shooter.
Both the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro offers 144Hz AdaptiveSync True Color display, which will automatically match the refresh rate accordingly with what content you are watching, which will save up your battery consumption.
Coming with a flagship Snapdragon 865 chipset under the hood, the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro also packs a big 5000mAh battery along, which you can charge with their 33W fast charger.
If you’re looking for a more affordable option, they’ve also unveiled their latest mid-range device, the Mi 10T Lite.
The 5G-capable smartphone comes with a 64MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide camera, 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor at the back. While on the front, it offers a 16MP lens for your selfies.
It comes with a lower but still fast 120Hz refresh rate and it is powered by a Snapdragon 750G chipset, the first smartphone to come with it.
Other than that, it offers a 4820mAh battery under the hood which is chargeable with its 33W fast charger. Not to forget, it comes in two memory configurations; 6GB+64GB and 6GB+128GB.
In Euros, the Mi 10T is priced from €499 (~RM2,434), Mi 10T Pro at €599 (~RM2,922), and finally the Mi 10T Lite at €279 (~RM1,458)
Pokdepinion: Well products that are launched in Euros are usually cheaper when they reach here in Malaysia. Hopefully we’ll be able to see a great difference in terms of the pricing, then it could be a #BaikBeliMi10T moment.