Continue the day to discover new specifications on the now upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10 with new additional details this time regarding the battery and charging sector.
Xiaomi Mi 10: Confirmed 4500mAh battery and "Triple Fast Charge" charging
Just yesterday, we had suggested that the smartphone could adopt a battery from 4400mAh, info found within an image proposed by Xiaomi. Well, today Xiaomi's confirmation arrives, which surprises us positively: the Xiaomi Mi 10 in fact adopts a battery with a capacity of 4500mAh!
As you already know, this is a huge step forward compared to the predecessor, the Mi 9, with its miserable 3300mAh battery. The new Mi 10 should therefore bring an autonomy more similar to the devices of the Redmi Note series than that of the Xiaomi flagships; a fact that will please many.
But from a large battery "comes a great responsibility" and this is where the charging technology that we will find on the device comes into play. In fact, a charging system called "Triple Fast Charge" will be available, which consists of charging via cable up to a maximum power of 50W (this allows the battery to be charged 100% in just 45 minutes); then we have wireless charging at the power of 30W (therefore higher than the wired one of different devices); and finally the reverse wireless charging technology, that is, the one that allows the Mi 10 to recharge wireless gadgets such as Bluetooth headphones, smartwatches and even other smartphones.
Despite the fact that these numbers are exceptional, Xiaomi's co-founder, Lei Jun, did not mention the 66W recharge that we expected instead. Having said that, even faster charging could be exclusive to the Pro version of the Mi 10.
As for the other specifications, we already know that the smartphone will adopt a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 as a processor, supported by a minimum of 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128GB of UFS 3.0 internal memory with Turbo Write, two technologies that increase the transmission speed data and at the same time improve energy consumption. The same goes for the new WiFi 6 module which will allow the device to reach speeds never seen before while decreasing battery consumption.
For photographs instead, the smartphone adopts four rear cameras. These include a Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX main sensor with a size of 1 / 1.3 inches with two types of stabilization: EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) and OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), therefore both electronic and optical. There will be support for recording 8K videos, while the images will be taken in HEIF format, to reduce the file size by at least 50% while maintaining the same image quality.
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