The upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 flagship series had been scheduled for an international launch on February 23rd. However, it is rumored to be announced on February 13th via online channels in the Chinese market.
The launch event is likely to introduce at least two flagship devices including the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. A third potential candidate, known as the “Mi 10 Explorer Edition”, could be under the wrap as well.
Before these devices were even made official, one of the above starlets – Mi 10 Pro – had already made it’s appearance on Geekbench 5 today.
Although the listing doesn’t reveal much information on the Mi 10 Pro, but it do assures that the device will be available in 8GB RAM. Similar to the case of the current Mi 9 Pro, the 8GB variant is likely to be the base model of the upcoming Mi 10 Pro as well.
According to a recent leak, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro could features as much as 16GB RAM under the hood. This is definitely something worth noting given that most flagship devices we have in the market only have a maximum of 12GB RAM.
Besides that, the same listing also reaffirmed that the Mi 10 Pro will be driven by the latest Snapdragon 865 SoC which would allows it to support both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) 5G modes.
The Mi 10 Pro perform incredibly well for both the single-core and multi-cores tests. It scored of 904 points and 3,290 points for the single-core and multi-cores tests respectively.
From what we’d learned so far, the Mi 10 Pro will also be featuring an impressive 108 megapixels main shooter and has up to 512GB native storage space. The device will be fueled by an respectable 5,250mAh battery which is said to support up to 66W fast-charging.
In terms of design, a recently leaked promo poster had revealed that the Mi 10 Pro will sport a pretty similar rear design as the current Mi Note 10. On the front panel, it will be employing a hole-punched, dual-curved display instead.