Xiaomi today announced the Mi 10 smartphone at Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Tech Summit 2019.
The Mi 10 will use Qualcomm’s upcoming Snapdragon 865 SoC, one of the first phones to use the new chip. Lin Bin, Xiaomi’s CEO, made the announcement earlier today but offered very little in the way of details.
However, Lin Bin mentioned the 108 MP camera used in the Xiaomi Mi CC9 and Mi Note 10, so it’s possible the Mi 10 could use the same sensor. It’s also likely the Mi 10 will have flagship-level specs with plenty of RAM and storage.
Bin also announced that Xiaomi plans to launch over 10 5G-compatible smartphones next year, though he did not give names or any other information. According to Bin, Xiaomi’s Mi Watch will also get a 5G modem next year, making it the first smartwatch that can connect to 5G networks.