As we learned yesterday, Xiaomi would be about to launch a new high-end smartphone which is currently nicknamed "Super Large Cup", but which will most likely come with the name of Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. The presentation of the device should take place on August 11, or the day on which Lei Jun, the CEO of Xiaomi, has planned the event to celebrate the brand's 10 years.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra with dual cell battery certified by TUV Rheinland
Well, this morning the famous Chinese blogger Digital Chat Station revealed on the Weibo social network that the so-called Xiaomi Super Large Cup would pass the TUV Rheinland certification. The certificate shows that the smartphone adopts a two-cell 2250 mAh battery which equates to a total of 4500 mAh.
In addition to the battery, we have previously seen that the device has passed 3C certification. This suggested that a charger with a maximum power of 120W should arrive with it, so the smartphone should support a 100-watt fast charge.
In the past, the brand had communicated that Xiaomi's 100W rapid charging adopts a dual battery design in series, therefore with two separate connections and adds a 2: 1 charge pump with a very high efficiency of 98%. It also uses extremely low impedance and decidedly premium materials, to get a full charge (with 4000 mAh battery) in just a few minutes.
As for the other specifications, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra should adopt a 6,67-inch AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2340 * 1080 and a refresh rate that has been increased to 120Hz. The smartphone will then be equipped with an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 865 and a main rear camera with a resolution of 48MP.
Finally, it is also worth mentioning that the Mi 10 Ultra will also debut the new one Game Turbo, a SoC overclocking function developed in collaboration with Qualcomm, which can manually adjust the CPU and GPU frequencies to make the most of the SoC.