Rather than leave it for further rumours, Xiaomi has gone all out to confirm it themselves that they're launching the Mi 10 series very soon. The Mi 10 series consist of the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro and it's set to have a 108MP camera (which is available on the Mi Note 10) and will be packed with a Snapdragon 865, one of the first smartphones to have the SoC.
Xiaomi posted on Weibo that they will launch the Mi 10 series in China on February 13, and it will be an online-only launch due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. After which, the Mi 10 series will get a global unveiling in Barcelona on February 23, which is a day ahead of MWC 2020.
Based on the images revealed, the devices are set to have four back cameras as well as a curved screen with a punch hole selfie camera. With the device being equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC, not only can you expect a faster, more powerful device, it will also be 5G-enabled.
Other sources have revealed that the Mi 10 Pro will support 66-watt fast charging, which would just beat out the Oppo Reno Ace’s 65W charging speed. More will likely be revealed during the China launch.