Xiaomi Mi 10T is All Set to Launch Tomorrow in Pakistan; Flagship Specs for an Upper Mid-range Price

Faisal Rasool

Xiaomi Mi 10T is a flagship-killer phone that came out in October this year. It was largely overshadowed by its ‘Pro’ brother and its 108MP camera. But the Mi 10T is a specification beast in its own right. And it’s now coming to Pakistan on December 4. Xiaomi made the official announcement on its social media. 

The Mi 10T, even though it falls into the premium mid-range category, has a slew of flagship-grade features. Xiaomi has cut very few corners (we’ll get to those in a bit), and it shows, at least on paper.

Xiaomi Mi 10T features Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 865 chipset. It has a 5G modem baked into it. Plus, you get support for WiFi 6. The setup is powered by a beefy 5000 mAh battery that charges over 33W. Xiaomi promises a full charging time of only 59 minutes. To manage the heat, there’s a liquid cooling system onboard. 

Suffice to say, that this hardware can perform without buckling. This is significant because the resource-hungry display can refresh up to 144Hz. And it can intelligently step down to 50, 30, and 60Hz depending on the content that is being rendered. And thanks to the Snapdragon 865 doing the heavy-lifting, you’ll get a smoother experience than you would with, say, the POCO X3. The 6.67” screen produces a full HD+ resolution. But the trade-off is that it’s IPS, not OLED.

The camera cluster has a 64MP primary lens, combined with a 13MP 123° ultra-wide camera, and a 5MP macro sensor. The image-processing onboard supports multiple long exposure modes that can capture the night sky, light trails, moving crowds, and even an oil painting look. Also, there’s a dedicated night mode, support for 8K recording, dual video, timelapse and more.

The phone is made of glass, with a ceramic-like frosted finish on the back. It comes in Cosmic Black, Lunar Silver, and Aurora Blue colors. Even Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 is made of plastic. So the Mi 10T build is as flagship as it gets. WhatMobile expects it to start from Rs. 69,999.


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