Xiaomi Launches Mi 10T, 10T Pro with 144Hz Adaptive Displays 5000mAh Battery


A higher refresh rate is that the theme of smartphones in 2019. Back a year approximately, the feature was limited to gaming phones only. But now a 90Hz panel is extremely common. A $200 smartphone which I recently unboxed comes with a 90Hz refresh rate, that’s insane! But now, Xiaomi has come up with its highest refresh rate yet. It’s a 144Hz refresh rate. Not only that, there tons of things about the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro to speak about. I even have covered the specifications, features, pricing of Mi 10T, and 10T Pro below.


The two major highlights of the Mi 10T series is its display and therefore the camera. First of all, talking about the display the Mi 10T series sports a 6.67-inch LCD with a resolution of 1080p. The display ticks the essential boxes including HDR10, up to 650 nits, and Corning Gorilla 5 protection. And to form it special, the Mi 10T series flaunts an adaptive higher refresh rate display.

The display comes with a 144Hz adaptive refresh rate. What it means is that it can go as low as 30Hz and as high as 144Hz. It switches between 30Hz, 48Hz, 60Hz, 90Hz, and 144Hz. The phone changes the refresh rate consistent with the content you're viewing. For instance , you're viewing a movie, it'll switch to 48Hz. For minimal tasks, it can go at 30Hz to form use of the battery.

Fast forward to subsequent biggest highlight which is that the camera. The Mi 10T Pro uses a 108-megapixel primary, 13-megapixel ultra-wide, and a 5-megapixel macro sensor. For videography, it can shoot at 8K resolution with 30fps. For selfies, Xiaomi hasopted for a 20-megapixel front-facing camera during a punch-hole notch. It’s capable of 120fps slow-motion video. Also, there's a night-mode and HDR for better selfies.

Talking about the vanilla Mi 10T model, it uses a 64-megapixel primary sensor rather than a 108-megapixel shooter. Whereas, the opposite two ultra-wide and macro lens remains an equivalent. The vanilla model remains capable of 8K recording however you'll need to comprise on OIS.

Powering up the phones is that the Snapdragon 865 chipset. No surprise that the tech giant didn’t use the 865 Plus during this smartphone. They still need to keep the Mi 10 series relevant. The 5G network uses more battery hence Xiaomi implemented a 5000mAh battery in Mi 10T series. It comes with a 33W fast charging support.

The phone comes out of the box with MIUI 12 supported Android 10 OS. Other interesting features include stereo speakers, Hi-Res Audio certification, and X-axis linear vibration. during a nutshell, the 2 smartphones are really identical however the camera and storage options for every device are different.


First talking about the vanilla Mi 10T, it comes in 2 configurations. You’ll either choose 6GB RAM or 8GB model with 128GB native storage. The variant with 6GB RAM and 128GB storage comes at a tag of €499 (~$585). Whereas the 8GB variant is €549 (~$644).

The high-end Mi 10T Pro model comes with native 8GB RAM but this point with the choice 128GB or 256GB internal storage. The 8/128GB variant comes at a tag of €599 (~$700) while the 256GB variant comes at €650 (~$760). You’ll be ready to grab the phone in Europe soon.

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