It’s official. Xiaomi is announcing the Mi 10T family of smartphones at an online event that will take place on September 30, at 2 PM CEST / 12 PM GMT / 1 PM BST / 3 PM EEST.
Expected are the Mi 10T, the Mi 10T Pro, and the Mi 10T Lite, the latter of which should employ the newly announced Snapdragon 750G chipset for a price under €300, as also teased by Xiaomi in the past.
The Mi 10T Pro has been rumored to sport a 144 Hz LCD display, a big battery, and a 108 MP main camera. The non-Pro Mi 10T will swap that out for a 64 MP sensor. The phones should run MIUI 12 out of the box, and while we would love to see an Android 11 base, it’s probably too soon for that, so don’t be put off if you see Android 10 underneath.
The Mi 10T is allegedly going to cost €499, while the Mi 10T Pro is expected to start at €599. Both should have the Snapdragon 865 at the helm.