Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro+ Spotted On TUV Rheinland Certification: Will Feature A 4500mAh Dual-Cell Battery

The upcoming flagship phone from Xiaomi “Mi 10 Pro+” is in leaks for a very long time. The phone is already revealed by the CEO of the company too.

Recently, the phone got leaked once more time. This time the phone has been spotted on TUV Rheinland (Japanese Certification) site. The Certification has revealed the battery specifications of the phone. According to this, the new Mi 10 Pro+ will feature a dual-cell battery (2250mAh+2250mAh) with a total capacity of 4500mAh.

Mi 10 Pro+ Certification

The applicant for this Certification is “Xiaomi,” and the issue date of Certification is 24th July. The battery is a standard “Rechargeable Li-ion Polymer Battery.”

Previously, the CEO of Xiaomi has already hinted that the new flagship “Mi 10 Pro+” will feature the following things:

  • Dual Speakers
  • X-Axis Linear Motor
  • 120Hz Refresh Rate
  • 5mm Headphone Jack
  • NFC With IR Blaster
  • 30x Zoom
  • 4500mAh Battery (as mentioned above) with wireless charging
  • VC Cooling System

Moreover, it was also reported from some sources that the new “Mi 10 Pro+” would be powered by the latest Qualcomm’s flagship chipset “Snapdragon 865+” with fast charging support up to 100W. In-camera section, a new 100MP camera sensor is also expected. The phone will also feature an app for the customization of GPU (powered by Adreno and Qualcomm).

Currently, the phone is expected to launch in between the mid and end of August.

Harris Zahid

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