Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has just confirmed an upcoming flagship Xiaomi Smartphone – the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro as the successor to the Mi 9 Pro launched earlier this year. The firm made the confirmation via its president Lin Bin, though we have no clue yet when the device will see the daylight.
While reacting to a post about the Mi 9 Pro, Lin Bin replied to a fan saying that the upcoming Mi 10 Pro will, in fact, be the successor to the Mi 9 Pro. This doesn’t in any way suggest the device is launching soon, but it confirms the device is actually in the making and will land sometime in the coming months, perhaps in the early days of the year 2020.
Expectedly, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro will launch alongside the standard Xiaomi Mi 10, just the way we had it with the Mi 9 and Mi 9 Pro. Details about these devices should begin to out in the coming months.
Ahead of its expected release, a check on the company’s official website indicates that the Xiaomi Mi 9 has been removed from the company’s official site in China which is another indication that we are nearing the launch of its successor.
We currently do not have details about the Mi 10, though there are speculations it could come with a 108MP primary camera, boot Android 10 with MIUI 11 out of the box, while it will support 66W fast charging as revealed by the Chinese 3C listing.