Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Unboxing Video


Xiaomi sells a lot of excellent mobile devices at pretty much unbeatable prices in all markets around the world, but despite the company's high expectations, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which is unveiled now, is a very unique product.

It was officially revealed on the tenth anniversary of the popular MIUI user interface that runs on the Android device, and when it comes to the handset, it brings almost all the features of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus that's very cool one to the next point, plus comes with a premium design as well as a few premium specification specs to give fans of Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra a chance.

The Battery

Typically, we don't start testing or providing an opinion on any phone by thinking about battery capacity and charging capacities, but Xiaomi doesn't really want you to think about your "regular charging" routine, as the company says Mi Ultra will charge its 4.500 mAh battery. Completed in just 23 minutes.

This impressive accomplishment is made possible by the 120W wired charging system, which is an upgrade on the 50W in the Mi 10 Pro, and the 45W in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and the small 18W in the iPhone 11 Pro Max.

What may be more mind-blowing than the 23 minutes that are stated to be needed to completely charge the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra battery is the basic five minutes necessary to leap from 0 to a 41% power point. Wireless charging figures are almost incredible, with the 50W circuitry meaning that the battery can be fully charged in just 40 minutes.

In pure Xiaomi design , the company took time to equate this number to what Apple's iPhone 11 Pro Max would do wirelessly during the Mi 10 Ultra launch. The distance is pretty surprising, but there are obviously more decent high-end apps on the phone than insane fast charging.

The Camera

While the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra looks remarkably similar from the front to the Mi 10 Pro, the rear design has been changed to fit the most technically advanced camera system in the world. This removes the amazing 108MP main shooter and is replaced by a giant 48MP custom-made "super camera" fitted with a "ultra-high resolution" algorithm that can generate 100-megapixel images without losing the information the company says.

In the meanwhile, the viewfinder is at the peak of this new camera system, bringing the "super-zoom" battles to the next level. The Galaxy S20 Ultra has little to do with the 120x zooming capability of the Mi 10 Ultra, but we would obviously have to test ourselves in the real world before we feel optimistic about it.

What is undoubtedly interesting is support for 8 K video capture on these two cameras, in addition to the general functionality of the quadruple imaging system, including the 12MP portrait lens and the 20MP large lens.

Driven by the same Snapdragon 865 processor as its counterpart to the Pro instead of the marginally faster 865 Plus within the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra applies 120Hz refresh rate technology to its already stunning 6.67-inch Super AMOLED display, which competes with all other flagship phones. This year, a 20-megapixel front camera, up to 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage space, along with a fingerprint sensor etched under the screen.

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