Earlier this week, Xiaomi confirmed that it will be launching Commemorative Editions of the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Redmi K30 on Aug. 11. Early reports had dubbed the Mi 10 series device as Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus. However, through a Weibo post today, Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun revealed that English name of the upcoming Mi 10 series phone is Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. Hence, it appears that the device will carry the said name in global markets.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra called Xiaomi Mi 10 Supreme Edition (machine-translated) in China. In the same manner, the next Redmi K30 series could be dubbed as Redmi K30 Ultra in the global markets, whereas it may debut as Redmi K30 Supreme Edition.
The company speculates that the Xiaomi the Mi 10 Ultra will be very popular. Hence, it has already stocked up for huge demand. Jun has advised buyers in China who are interested in availing the smartphone to go ahead reserved the deserve the device. As it known, the Mi 10 Ultra is now up for reservations in China through retailer sites like JD.com.
Based on the recent reports it can be said that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra will be powered by Snapdragon 865 or 865 Plus. Its curved AMOLED display will support 120Hz refresh rate. The major attraction of the phone is that it will be arriving with support for 120W fast charging. The device is said to be backed by a 4,500mAh battery. The phone is also rumored to arrive with support for 55W ultrafast wireless charging support.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is expected to excel in the camera department. Its rear camera setup is rumored to include a 48-megapixel main camera, an ultrawide shooter with the ability to shoot macro shots, and a periscope lens with impressive optical zoom support. It is likely to come with support for 8K video recording. The handset’s model number is M2007J1SC. It is yet to appear on TENAA’s database with full specs and images.