Xiaomi is prepping to launch the Mi 10 Pro in India sometime in February, and some leaks have now surfaced online detailing some of its key features. The latest leak reveals significant information about the smartphone’s charging speeds. The Pro variant of the smartphone is rumoured to support 65W fast charging while the Mi 10 is expected to support 48W fast charging.
Having said that, the leaked picture above that came from Weibo, shows us something more about the charger as it does not have a USB-C port. This rules out the possibility of the Mi 10 Pro’s charger supporting the power delivery protocol. Xiaomi already sells a 65W charger in China with support for power source outputs 5V=2A / 12V=2A / 15V=3A / 9V=2A / 20V=3.25A. However, this charger uses the power delivery method but it’s output for the Mi 10 Pro remains to be seen. Knowing the wattage is not enough to determine charging speeds from a power source and different devices support different types of power sources. Having said that, the 65W charging speed sounds exciting already as currently the fastest charger in India supports 50W charging with the Realme X2 Pro.
The Mi 10 Pro is expected to pack a 4,500mAh battery and is rumoured to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 chipset. If true, it will be the first smartphone in India to feature the latest chipset by Qualcomm. Other rumours have also hinted at a 108MP primary sensor for the smartphone while the Mi 10 is expected to have a 64MP main sensor.
The Mi 10 Pro already sounds like the perfect flagship smartphone to kick off smartphone launches this year and we can’t wait to check out the smartphone once it launches officially.
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