Today, a well-known Weibo tipster showcased the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Ultra smartphones, also saying all variants will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 chip. Moreover, he said that the Snapdragon 870 phone leaked recently is the revised version of the Xiaomi Mi 10 and the new Redmi phone.

It is worth mentioning that the blogger previously stated that the new version of the Xiaomi Mi 10 equipped with the Snapdragon 870 chip has now been submitted for review. He said that all parameters but the processor remain unchanged.

The new Xiaomi Mi 10 will also come with a LPDDR5 memory, a UFS3.0 storage, WIFI 6 and other technologies. Its battery will have a 4780mAh capacity that supports 30W fast flash charging. So it can charge to 100% in 57 minutes at the fastest. Apart from this, it also supports 30W wireless flash charging and 10W fast wireless reverse charging.

It is worth mentioning that the Xiaomi Mi 10 previously thought that its excellent external amplifier effect was nicknamed “music phone” by users. It uses symmetrical stereo sound with dual 1216 super linear speakers, providing louder sound and wider sound range, and is aimed at music. The exclusive stereo field is adjusted for different scenes such as movies, and this configuration will also be retained in the new version.

Qualcomm officially launched the Snapdragon 870 5G mobile platform on January 19. The chip uses an enhanced Qualcomm Kryo 585 CPU core. The super core frequency has reached 3.2GHz, which is the highest frequency under the current A77 public version architecture.

Currently the first handset powered by the Snapdragon 870 5G mobile platform is the Motorola Edge S. Their starting price is 1999 yuan.

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