Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra benchmarks, live image, pricing leak out

Mi 10 Ultra will launch next week

We don't typically start a product overview like this talking about battery size and charging capabilities, but Xiaomi really doesn't want you to worry about your "everyday charging" routine, claiming that the Mi Ultra can go from a completely empty to a full 4,500mAh tank in just 23 minutes.

Mi 10 Ultra will come with 16GB of RAM and 120X zoom.

Either way, there's still no official confirmation on the tech spec and Malaysia releasing dates, so do take this with a pinch of salt and let us know will you want to own the Redmi K30 Ultra at our Facebook page. The Mi 10 Ultra sees improvements in camera hardware versus the Mi 10 Pro.

What might be even more mind-blowing than the 23 minutes purportedly needed to charge the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra battery in its entirety are the measly 5 minutes needed to jump from 0 to a 41 percent energy level. Mi 10 Ultra will be available in two different colour combinations: ceramic back finish and the transparent back finish. The display is of the OLED type, and offers a 120 Hz refresh rate-an upgrade on the Mi 10 Pro's 90 Hz display.

The popular opinion is that notch, punch hole make smartphones look bad and while the pop-up selfie camera is a great alternative, it makes the smartphone feel heavier than those with a notch or punch hole and is a bit slower than the regular front-facing camera. The company has been teasing the launch of both devices, which will pack high-end specifications and features.

Redmi K30 Ultra will launch in China as a special anniversary edition. Redmi K30i 5G was recently unveiled as well. Redmi K30 Ultra is being tipped to be the first Redmi K30 series handset to run on a MediaTek SoC. TENAA details reveal Redmi K30 Ultra will be powered by the Dimensity 1000+ and 6GB, 8GB or 12GB of RAM.

Everything else is expected to remain the same.

The Redmi K30 Ultra is expected to feature an AMOLED display with a high refresh rate of 120 Hz.



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