The Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi wants to go in a battle ground against the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra with its Mi 10 camera. It has finished developing the Xiaomi Mi 10. This new high-end smartphone is expected to be launched in the coming weeks. There has been hardly any reliable leak or rumor regarding this smartphone, as the recently spotted spy images showing its quad-rear cameras and punch-hole screen.
Xiaomi and Samsung developed and announced the 108MP flagship sensor in 2019. This sensor was first used for the Mi Note 10 last year. However, Samsung has further developed this sensor for its new Galaxy S20 Ultra. Nonetheless, Xiaomi also wants to bet on 108MP again. The only question is whether it has an in-house team that will make this flagship sensor perform at the same level as Samsung.
Certainly, the Mi 10 will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 processor for peak performance. In addition, it will most likely support 5G network. However, reports out of China now claims that the camera of this smartphone will be very close to Samsung’s upcoming flagship.
Xiaomi MI 10 Gets Chinese Network Licence
According to the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Xiaomi Mi 10 Standard Edition now has a network access license. As of the end of November 2019, some Xiaomi 5G models with numbers M2001J1E and M2001J1C received 3C certification. The certification information shows that this new Xiaomi 5G phone supports up to 66W fast charging. In addition, two other Xiaomi 5G phones (M2001J2E and M2001J2C) also received 3C certification. However, these support up to 30W fast charge.
According to speculations, these phones are the Xiaomi Mi 10 series. Among them, M2001J2E is the Standard Edition from Fu Zhikang Precision Electronics (Langfang) Co., Ltd. At present, this phone already has a radio transmission license, 3C certification, and a network access license.