After receiving official confirmation of the arrival of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (also known as Super Large Cup) by the CEO and co-founder of Xiaomi, Lei Jun, today a new leak seems to confirm that we are facing a real beast in terms of performance.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra: Transpires the score of AnTuTu, the highest ever!
As often happens, the leak comes from the famous Chinese tipster Digital Chat Station who on Weibo has just shared a screenshot of what the AnTuTu score of the next Xiaomi flagship would be. The image that we can see above is quite clear, the smartphone has obtained the incredible score of 687422. In perspective, the Xiaomi Mi 10 which already did not offer discounts of its own reached a maximum score of about 610 thousand points.
But the most interesting fact is that according to several previous leaks, the Mi 10 Ultra (or Mi 10 Pro +?) Would not adopt the new Snapdragon 865 Plus, but would arrive with the same Snapdragon 865 that we find on board the Mi 10. series. is it possible that there is all this difference in the AnTuTu score? Well always according to the same tipster, the Snapdragon 865 would have been overclocked like never before. This means that the frequency of the CPU (and GPU) has been increased to the point of bringing significant advantages at least in a synthetic benchmark. We will then have to see at what temperature the device will turn or if Xiaomi has budgeted for all this by improving the dissipation system on board.
In any case, excellent news for a smartphone that according to different rumors should equip an AMOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, which therefore requires more performing hardware to keep everything very fluid. Other specifications that we will find on board the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra include a 100MP main camera, an even higher optical zoom than the predecessor and finally the fastest charging ever seen on the market with 120W of power.