Xiaomi announces Mi 10 Extremely with 120W quick charging

Ruben Fields
August 12, 2020

The chipset will be coupled with up to 8GB RAM and up to 512GB storage. There are 12GB RAM/256GB storage and 16GB RAM/512GB storage variants as well and price goes up to around Rs 75,000.

The Mi 10 Extremely will be accessible in mainland China on August 16th, and it'll begin at 5,299 Yuan (all around $760). You'll be able to choose from three colors - ceramic black, silver and transparent - which pay homage to three of Xiaomi's classic designs, a fitting tribute for a 10th anniversary device. There is no word on its worldwide availability.

Xiaomi sells a lot of impressive mobile devices at pretty much unrivaled prices. outside of the USA, but even by the company's sky-high standards, the freshly unveiled Mi 10 Ultra is something special.

Redmi K30 Ultra is said to come with the 64MP primary rear-facing camera.

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The focal length is confirmed to be 12-120mm, the same as an ultra-wide-angle camera and a telecamera with at least 4x optical zoom. On the front, there is a 20MP selfie camera onboard. Nevertheless, as the release date is approaching, Xiaomi is revealing the specs of Mi 10 Ultra little by little.

Xiaomi has also added liquid cooling support in the smartphone to improve the gaming experience for the Redmi Note 8 Pro users. When it comes to the refresh rate, the device comes with 120Hz and in addition to it, the device supports HDR10+. The launch will mark the 10-year anniversary of Xiaomi and will also see the start of Mi 10 Ultra. Xiaomi claims that the standard 120W power adapter allows the device to charge to 41 percent in just five minutes and touch 100 percent in 23 minutes. The battery comes in at 4,500 mAh and you get the required charger to achieve its maximum 33W rate in the box.

The spotlight is that the Ultra supports 120-watt wired rapid charging. The Galaxy S20 Ultra has nothing on the 120x zoom skills of the Mi 10 Ultra, which we'll naturally have to evaluate for ourselves out in the real world before getting too excited.

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