Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Release Date, Price, Features and Specs

Xiaomi celebrates 10 years since it launched a new and upgraded Mi 10 version of its smartphone in 2010.

This latest smartphone is the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, with a better screen, improved cameras and a much quicker charge than its predecessors.

This new powerhouse was initially launched in China, like all Xiaomi Mi smartphones, but that doesn’t mean that at some stage it will not reach all over the world, and we will soon go through our fingers for a global start.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Release Date and Price

Right now, that means that we don't know the new phone release date or price but we do know all its information and features and know what we don't know well.

We do not know the release date or price of Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra outside of China, as the launch event only took place in China, but we are sure to update you once we find out.

The Mi 10 is available in four combinations: RAM 8 GB and 128 GB, 8 GB 256 GB, 12 GB 256 GB and 16GB/52 GB. In China Mi 10 Ultrar is available in four combinations. Prices ranged from 5,299 yen and 6,999 yen, meaning roughly $760 to $1,000, £580 to £770, and AU$1,060 to AU$1,400.

In fact, we wouldn't expect the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra to go to USA at all, because it doesn't send their phones. The price would probably not be exact conversions in the regions.

The Ultra is expected to cost more than the Mi 10 Pro, which is AU$ 1,999 (around $1,290 or £1,030) in Australia. It would possibly arrive before November if launched in the UK and / or Australia as it plans to launch the Mi Note 11.

Design and Display

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra looks like the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro from the front – it is a large smartphone with a screen on its bottom, separated by a cut-out in the top-left.

The differences become clear when you turn your phone around. The Mi 10 Ultra has a large rear picture gallery, and we're going to talk about the specifics soon – it dominate the phone's back and scream totally "camera phone."

The phone comes in black, white and a kind of 'see through gray' - the latter recalls the Mi-8-Pro, which helps you to view the internals of the device.

The phone has a 6.67-inch AMOLed display with a resolution of 1080 x 2400, HDR10 +, 10-bit color and a rate of refresh of 120Hz.


The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra looks to be one of the greatest drawbacks of the 120x digitized zoom – that's more than the 100x high Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.

The sensor is very high for a zoom camera at 48 MP, but the non-digital zoom might be reduced, but the high-res sensor might still be perfect for zoom-out shots.

But it's just 48MP, not 108MP as on other Mi 10 computers. It's a custom sensor, instead of a Samsung sensor like the 108MP snappers, with Xiaomi presumably going to showcase his home-made technology.

Physically the sensor's 1/1.32 inches size and 2.4 micron pixel size are pretty large for smartphone cameras, so the lower resolution will probably be offset, although Xiaomi has apparently developed an algorithm that increases pictures to 100MP in digital form.

The 20MP and 12MP 2x zoom portrait cameras are also available, as we have seen on some xiaomi phones.

In summary, it seems the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra has a similar Mi 10 Pro camera setup, but with a better zoom and a lower-res main camera. The Mi 10 Ultra will handle up to 8 K resolution if you are a video recording fan.

Features and Specs

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra will run MIUI 12, an Android 10 bifurcation. We've always been moaning in our reviews about MIUI's bloatware issues, but I hope it's sorted here.

The chipset in the phone is the Snapdragon 865, the best version for Android devices since it was released, as Xiaomi didn't choose the Plus version for any reason.

The phone is fitted with two stereo speakers for improved audio when watching or playing movies or shows.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra has a 4,500mAh battery and should you feel happy to recharge your mobile quickly, this is the first phone that has a whopping rapid charge rate of 120W and Xiaomi technology, announced earlier this year, which is said to power the battery in just 23 minutes from zero to 100 percent.

There is also 50W wireless charge, which is faster than we saw in any other system again, and in 40 minutes it will supposedly totally power the telephone.

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