Xiaomi is all set to launch the Mi 10 Ultra smartphone in China today. This smartphone is believed to come bearing the model number M2007J1SC, and it has been leaked on Geekbench and 3C platforms in the past.
Today, the Mi 10 Ultra has been leaked through one more platform, TENAA. Live images of the device have also popped up online. Let us have a look at what does the TENAA listing and the leaked live images of the Mi 10 Ultra reveal about the device.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra gets TENAA certification
The TENAA certification that we are talking about is for the M2007J1SC smartphone, which, from the recent leaks, is believed to be the Mi 10 Ultra. The TENAA listing of the Mi 10 Ultra reveals that the phone has a 6.67-inch display. The listing mentions that the phone has a 2180mAh battery. Although, we believe that the device has two such batteries to enable 120W charging, which Is something that was leaked through the 3C certification of the smartphone. The TENAA certification of the Mi 10 Ultra also reveals that the phone has dual-SIM connectivity with 5G support, Android operating system, and that the phone measures 162.38 x 75.04 x 9.45mm.
Hopefully, the TENAA certification of the Mi 10 Ultra will soon be updated with a full spec sheet of the device along with its images.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra live images leaked
The live images of the Mi 10 Ultra show that the device has a display with curvature on its left and right side, and a punch-hole mounted to the top left corner. The rear of the phone has a glossy (probably ceramic) finish with a quad-camera setup. The camera hump mentions that these cameras make up for 12-120mm focal length. It also says that it is capable of 120x zoom. These leaked images show that the Mi 10 Ultra will come with a 120W charger.