The primary camera of the Xiaomi presented this Friday has a capacity of 108 megapixels.
Xiaomi mobiles presented this Friday the new Mi 10 Pro model.
The president of the international division of Xiaomi mobiles, Shou Zi Chew. Presented this Friday a new model of his company’s flagship device. The Mi 10 Pro smartphone, stressed that this year 2020 the “era of 5G for everyone” begins.
The presentation of the new high-end Xiaomi mobile Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro was scheduled for February in Barcelona. During the edition of the Mobile World Congress, which suspends due to the risks of the Covid-19. However, the presentation was broadcast this Friday from the headquarters of the Chinese company.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro & Mi 10 both have the latest advanced processor of the US technology Qualcomm, Snapdragon 865, “chip,” which combines 5G & AI(artificial intelligence). The primary camera has THE maximum capacity of 108 megapixels. And it is the maximum available in any mobile on the current market. A record that set another Xiaomi model, Note 10, released in November last year. That competes with the phones of other major brands such as Apple, Samsung, and Huawei.
In accompany with the two new high ranked phones, Chew also launched the Mi 10 Lite model. The 1st mid-range smartphone model that incorporates 5G. The president of the company stated that it is a sample of Xiaomi’s total commitment to the fifth generation of telecommunications.
So that 2020 is the year in which 5G reaches “all over the world.”
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro will cost 1,000 euros, and the Mi 10 will cost 800 euros. While the Lite model (whose Snapdragon will be 765) will cost 350 euros. It estimated that the Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 would go on sale in some European markets on April 7. In other markets, such as Spain they will have it on April 15. The Lite model with 5G will be available in Europe from May.
Shou Zi Chew regretted the “difficult situation” that Europe was experiencing due to COVID-19. And said that Xiaomi sent a million masks to Europe as an aid against contagion by a coronavirus.