Although today all the attention is focused on both the Huawei P40 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S20 range , the truth is that at the beginning of the year many of the looks are usually taken by the top of the Xiaomi range. In this case, the Xiaomi Mi 10 has leaked on a couple of occasions and today we have a new proof of its existence in the form of a launch poster that anticipates its presentation date and a design that sounds like something …
Xiaomi is expected to launch the Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro (and Mi 10 SE?) In early February. Some rumors that originated in the vicinity of the Chinese brand pointed out that the brand wanted to present its phones before Samsung did the same but the leaked poster and that we leave under these lines indicates that the Mi 10 series will be official on February 11, same day than the Samsung Galaxy S20. The leaked image says that the launch event of the Xiaomi Mi 10 will be held in Beijing on February 11 at the same time that it shows the subsequent design of the black and white variants of the phone.
My MIX Alpha flavor
This rear design would break with what is seen in the current high-end Xiaomi to follow a design inspired by the brand’s first flexible screen smartphone. We talked about the Mi MIX Alpha presented as a concept a couple of months ago and that, in addition to its surround screen format, sports a strip on the back that houses the camera’s sensors. The poster that shows that the design of the rear of the Xiaomi Mi 10 is inspired by this mobile, as seen in this image, with 4 camera sensors with the LED flash in between them.
Looking closer at the image of the Xiaomi smartphone we see that the third sensor has a resolution of 108 megapixels, as we found in the Mi Note 10, as well as a module probably to house the laser autofocus system and a fourth lens which is complemented by the first two. It is also perceived how the back cover of the device curves towards the edges as well as the classic volume and power buttons of the mobile.
Of course, it is impossible for us to verify the truth of this poster, so we must take this design with tweezers. However, it would not be strange that the brand wanted to reduce Samsung’s role on February 11, as it has followed similar strategies for other years.