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26 mayo, 2021

Promised and fulfilled. Xiaomi has held the presentation event that it announced for today, September 30, and its second generation of high ranges has arrived for this year 2020. And among the models presented, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro it ranks as the most powerful phone announced today.

Xiaomi inaugurated the T series models last year, when it made the Redmi K phones international, bringing them, among other places, to Spain under the name of Xiaomi Mi 9T and Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro. The play is repeated and then we will tell you what the new Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is like.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro data sheet

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro


6.67 inch IPS
Ratio 20: 9
FHD + at 2,400 x 1,080
Refresh at 144 Hz (customizable)
650 nits
Perforated panel


Snapdragon 865 at 2.84GHz
GPU Adreno 650


8GB / 128GB
8GB / 256GB
UFS 3.1

Rear camera

108 MP 1 / 1.33 ”(1.6 µm) 4-in-1 Super Pixel, f / 1.69, 82º, OIS
Wide angle 13 MP (1.12 µm), 123º, f / 2.4
Macro 5 MP 2-10 cm (1.12 µm), f / 2.4, AF
Environmental sensor

Frontal camera

20 MP (0.8 µm), f / 2.2


5,000 mAh
33W fast charge

Operating system

Android 10


LTE, wifi 4×4 MIMO
5G, wifi 6
NFC, IR, Bluetooth, USB-C

Dimensions and weight

165.1 x 76.4 x 9.33 mm
218 grams


Side fingerprint reader, dual speakers, dual SIM


8 GB + 128 GB: 599 euros
8 GB + 256 GB: 649 euros

Enough power to go all the way

144 hertz display for the Mi 10T Pro

We did not expect less than a high-end configuration for this new Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, and that is precisely what it incorporates. For example, your Qualcomm processor Snapdragon 865, the leader in the manufacturer’s catalog until the arrival of the Plus model, accompanied by the Adreno 650 in the graphic section. In the memory pack we find 8GB of RAM as the only option, LPDDR5, and two UFS 3.1 storage variants: 128GB and 256GB. Of course, without microSD.

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As for the screen, the most striking thing here is its refresh rate. We have a maximum of 144Hz that can go down to 30Hz because yes, they are adaptive. The refreshment that the system and the apps demand. Xiaomi opts for a panel 6.67-inch IPS LCD with 20: 9 ratio (and embedded front camera) and FullHD + resolution. That means that we will have 2,400 x 1,080 pixels, in addition to a maximum brightness of 650 nits and compatibility with HDR10 content.

In the connectivity section we come across a phone with 5G. We also have WiFi 6, with Bluetooth 5.1, with infrared, with an NFC chip for mobile payments and with a USB type C port for charging and file transfer. By the way, the fingerprint reader travels to the side of the phone and we will also have facial recognition.

In the multimedia section we find two stereo speakers in addition to the fact that the phone has the Hi-Res Audio certification, which should guarantee good sound quality. With Gorilla Glass 5 both on the front and on the back, and with splash protection. The phone is powered by an internal battery 5,000 mAh with 33W fast charge. No wireless charging around here, by the way.

Environmental sensors arrive in Xiaomi photography

My 10t Pro

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro opts for the 108 megapixels for your main sensor. The camera, which Xiaomi calls ‘ultra-clear’, is accompanied by an f / 1.69 lens with an 82º angle of view, a wide angle, and has the ability to fuse pixels into blocks of four. So we can get photos of 27 megapixels on a regular basis, and 108 megapixels in a more specific mode.

The second camera of this Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is a super wide angle which in this case reaches 123º field of vision. It is a 13 megapixel sensor accompanied by an f / 2.4 lens and has automatic focus, in addition to 5P lenses. The third camera in contention is a 5 megapixel with f / 2.4 lens for macro photography, which focuses at a distance of between 2 and 10 centimeters.

Xiaomi opts to change the settings of the Mi 10 Pro. Goodbye to optical zoom and hello to the ambient sensor.

Finally Xiaomi has included a fourth sensor although in this case it deviates from the usual canons in the mobile world. We are not talking about a 3D TOF or an ordinary depth reader, not even a black and white camera or some kind of zoom. Not, Xiaomi has mounted an environmental sensor, as it is. Its function is to evaluate the atmospheric conditions at the time of the photographs. Like the light level, for example. In short, a novel but accessory camera that lends a hand to the rest but does not take pictures by itself.

As for the front camera, which this year changes the motor that extracted it from the frame for a hole in the screen, Xiaomi has opted for a sensor of 20 megapixels with an f / 2.2 aperture lens. The camera supports HDR modes in addition to being able to offer blur for selfies, and a mode for night selfies. And as an addition, it is capable of recording video to a lens camera. Specifically, at 120 frames per second.

The phone also adds various software functions such as light painting or night sky photography mode, or “starry night”, modes that proliferate more and more in mobile phones thanks to the help of artificial intelligence that (almost all) phones mount. We will also have a long exposure mode (necessary for light painting) and different filters and effects to add.

Versions and prices of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro


As we have commented previously, the new Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro arrives in two marketable versions. The first, with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal space, will be sold at a price of 599 euros while for the second, with 8GB of RAM and 256GB, it will arrive for 649 euros. The two models will be available in mid-October and we can get them in black, gray and in a color that goes from pearl gray to green.

  • Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro with 8GB / 128GB: 599 euros
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro with 8GB / 256GB: 649 euros In development.