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Xiaomi 10T Pro with 108MP rear camera, and 5000mah battery leaked online: Reports

Xiaomi 10T Pro has been leaked with 108MP rear camera and 5000mah battery. This would be the successor of last year launched Mi 9T Pro that was launched back in June last year. It is believed that Xiaomi 10T Pro will launch at the end of September.

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Xiaomi 10T Pro official images and some specifications have been leaked out by a well-known tipster named Abhishek Yadav on his Twitter account. He posted the image of the rear side and some key specification of the smartphone. As per leaked specification, Successor of Xiaomi 9T Pro will feature a 144Hz refresh rate display panel. Moreover, It is not confirmed that the handset will come with IPS LCD or AMOLED screen.

In terms of optics, the smartphone will equip with a Quad rear camera setup that may include a 108MP primary camera. Mi Note 10 and Mi 10 phones are already available in the market with the same sensor. It is said that there is an ultra-wide-angle shooter, telephoto, and macro lens are also present to complete the camera lineup. Along with display and rear camera, the tipster also leaked the 5000mah battery capacity of the smartphone.

Additionally, XDA developers revealed that a new listing for a Xiaomi phone with model number M2007J3SG was noticed on OfferUp, which doesn’t seem to be active anymore but it is said to be the Mi 10T Pro. As per images, The website shows a Mi smartphone with a single hole-punch cutout on the top left, thin bezels all around, and a grey back panel. One of the XDA members also unveiled that the smartphone will run on MiUi 12 beta which is based on Android 11 out of the box.

However, Xiaomi has not confirmed any details of the handset. What are your thoughts on Xiaomi 10T Pro? Let me know in the comment section

Xiaomi 10T Pro with 108MP rear camera, and 5000mah battery leaked online: Reports
Mayank Gupta
Mayank Gupta is a senior reporter for Naxon Tech. He covers most of the smartphones, wearables, apps, social media, and the overall tech industry reports. In his spare time, he loves to play cricket and watching movies.
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