Xiaomi’s allegedly upcoming smartphone series, the Mi 10, has been in the news from the last few days. Recently, a poster of the Mi Note 10 Pro 5G was leaked showing that the handset will launch on 11th February 2020. And the leaked poster even revealed the rear design of the phone. However, real-life images of the Mi 10 devices have been pretty scarce. Well, thanks to a leakster on Weibo, we now have a fresh set of live pictures of the Mi 10 Pro 5G, revealing quite a few interesting facts about the device.
The images show that the smartphone will have a quad-camera setup at the rear, and the image sensors have been placed in a similar layout as that of Mi Note 10 (Mi CC9 Pro). At the front, the device seems to have a punch-hole on the top left corner of the display, just like everyone was expecting. The bottom of the device has a USB Type-C port and a speaker grill. The top portion of the device has a speaker grill as well, suggesting that the Mi 10 Pro 5G will two speakers on board. The power and volume buttons are placed traditionally on the right-hand side of the device.
Interestingly, these leaked images even show the retail box of the device. And it reveals that the smartphone will have 5G connectivity and support for Hi-Res Audio. What’s even more exciting is that these leaked pictures show that the Mi 10 Pro 5G will feature 65W charging and a 65W charger will be shipped along with the device. If that is true, the Mi 10 Pro 5G will be the smartphone with the highest charging wattage in the world, beating the Oppo Reno Ace, which has a 60W charging wattage.