Xiaomi has just announced that the Mi 10T 5G And Mi 10T Pro 5G smartphones are arriving on October 15. The phones will finally arrive in India, as the company shared via its Twitter handle.
The series has already been revealed on September 30 for the European and Chinese markets, and will apparently integrate the Snapdragon 865 a 5,000mAh battery with 33W fast charging. Moreover, the series will most likely pack a 144Hz LCD screen and 108MP rear snapper, paired with 13-megapixel and 5-megapixel lenses, with optical stabilization and 8K video recording.
Mi 10T 5G will be available for 499 euro for the 6GB +128GB variant and 549 euro for the 8GB + 128GB version, while the Mi 10T Pro 5G will cost approximately between 599 and 649 euros.
Most recently, Xiaomi filed a patent with the CNIPA (China National Intellectual Property Administration) describing a completely new design, with two pop up cameras looking like bunny ears. The two units would each rise at an angle and have cameras on both sides, so this would eliminate the need for a notch for a selfie camera. In the patent images, leaked by TigerMobile, there is only a flash on the back of the phone.