The Xiaomi will hold an event on August 11 to present different devices, but the highlight will be the Mi 10 Ultra. Previously called Mi 10 Pro +, the commemorative device will be launched in versions with ceramic and transparent backs, according to information from the company’s commander, Lei Jun.
In a post on the social network Weibo, the executive revealed more details about the smartphone. According to the CEO of Xiaomi, the device will be available in China as Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition but will be released globally under the name Mi 10 Ultra, which is a shorter brand.
Previously, Xiaomi’s commander also confirmed other specifications of the device, which celebrates the company’s 10 years. According to Lei Jun, the product will feature a 4,500 mAh battery and should surprise in fast charging technologies.
Up to 16 GB of RAM
According to leaks, the phone will be sold with ceramic back in two versions, with 8 and 12 GB of RAM, bringing storage of 256 GB. The transparent edition should come in models of 12/256 GB and a powerful variant with 16/512 GB.
Xiaomi’s new smartphone also appeared in a recently leaked image, which can be seen above. According to the GSM Arena, a Chinese cover maker missed renderings showing the Mi 10 Ultra’s look.
The Chinese manufacturer’s special phone appears with a thin-edged screen and four cameras on the back. According to speculation, the device may bring a sensor with a periscope lens and a zoom of up to 120x.
The leaked image points out that the Mi 10 Ultra will feature a Snapdragon 865 processor, Qualcomm’s 5G chip, HDR screen, dual stereo speaker, and a “new generation” digital player. The price of the device, however, should only be revealed on August 11.