Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra will be priced over S$1,000, has 120Hz display & quad-camera setup with 120x zoom

Really high end

Xiaomi to launch the latest Mi 10 Ultra in China later this week

Xiaomi is known for its affordable smartphones but their latest flagship model is anything but that.

Mi 10 Ultra

The Chinese tech company’s latest Mi 10 Ultra smartphone will debut in China on 16 August and will come with a price tag starting from a whopping ¥5,299 (~S$1,046).

It’s probably Xiaomi first smartphone for the mass that crosses the thousand dollar mark.

Powerful Specs

The phone is powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, has a 6.67-inch OLED display with HDR10+ and 120Hz refresh rate, a large 4,500mAh battery with 120-watt fast-charging (fast 50-watt wireless charging), and 5G and WiFi 6 support.

At the rear, there’s a quad-camera setup – a 48-megapixel main camera with a 1/1.32-inch sensor, Laser AF and OIS, a 48-megapixel periscope telephoto camera with up to 120x hybrid zoom, 12-megapixel telephoto and a 20-megapixel ultrawide. It also shoots 4K (30/60fps) and 8K (24fps) videos with HDR10 support.

Xiaomi also claims the camera setup achieved a DXOMARK score of 130, beating even the Huawei P40 Pro by a couple of points.

Other notable features include dual-SIM, up to 16GB RAM and 512GB storage, NFC support, and an under-display fingerprint reader. Unfortunately, the phone is missing the headphone jack and doesn’t come with any waterproof rating.

There are 3 colourways to choose from – Obsidian Black, Mercury Silver, and a special Transparent Edition.

Availability in Singapore

While Xiaomi only releases the Mi 10 Ultra for the Chinese market, it will likely be available soon via 3rd-party resellers on online marketplaces such as Qoo10 or Shopee.

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