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Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Spotted On Bluetooth SIG Certification: Bluetooth 5.1

The new Mi 10T series is set to be launched today. As the launch time is coming near, the phone is getting leaked totally. Recently, we got another leak regarding the upcoming Mi 10T Pro from Xiaomi. This might be the last leak of the phone before it went official.

The new Mi 10T Pro has been spotted on Bluetooth SIG certification, which has revealed that the phone will feature Bluetooth5.1 connectivity with compatible devices. Moreover, the certificate has also shown that the phone will run the latest version of MIUI, which is “MIUI 12”. The applicant for this certification is Xiaomi Inc.

Mi 10T Pro Bluetooth Certification

Moreover, the certification consists of a model number “M2007J3SG” the same model number has been spotted on other certification sites.

According to previous leaks, the phone will feature an IPS LCD, which sizes about 6.67 inches. The display also got a Full-HD+ resolution (2400x1080p) with a 20:9 aspect ratio and a 144Hz refresh rate.

It is powered by the standard version of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 (7nm), an octa-core chipset with a maximum frequency of 2.84 GHz. The phone features a 5000mAh battery with 33W charging support. It also got the latest LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.

On the backside, it features a triple camera setup (108MP+13MP+2MP), while on front side it got a single punch-hole with a 20MP sensor. It is also equipped with a side fingerprint scanner.

The phone will be available in two storage variants: 8+128GB and 8+256GB, and also features different colors: Black, Blue, and Silver.

The phone is set to be launched today (on 30th September).

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