Xiaomi’s latest addition to the growing Mi 10 lineup is a smartphone Mi 10i… It borrows the design and specifications of the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G. Unlike its Redmi cousin, the Mi 10i is produced in India as part of the Make in India initiative.
The headliner model’s feature here is a 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM2 sensor, which is placed next to an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens and two 2MP sensors for macro and depth data.
The front panel looks pretty decent with 6.67 ” FHD + LCD and an adaptive refresh rate of 120 Hz. The panel can automatically lower its refresh rate to 30Hz to read and surf the network or up to 120Hz for games and other heavy applications. The screen is also HDR10 + compatible and Widevine L1 certified to meet your HD streaming needs. The 16MP selfie camera can be found in a tiny perforated hole at the top.
Mi 10i is equipped with a chipset Snapdragon 750G with 5G support and 6/8 GB of RAM, and 64/128 GB of storage. 4820mAh battery Supports 33W fast charging (required power adapter included). Other additional specs include stereo speakers, a headphone jack, a side fingerprint reader, and an infrared port.
The Mi 10i comes in Pacific Sunrise, Midnight Black, and Atlantic Blue colors. The retail price of the Mi 10i for the 6/128 GB kit is set at INR 21,999 (the US $ 300), while the 8/128 GB variant will cost INR 23,999 (the US $ 328). The entry-level version of 6/64 GB will arrive later at INR 20,999 (the US $ 287). The start of the Mi 10i is scheduled for January 8 at 12:00 by Indian standard time.