Xiaomi Mi 10 lands in India on March 31

Sagar, 19 March 2020

The Xiaomi Mi 10 that was launched in China last month, and set to make a global debut on March 27, will arrive in India on March 31.

The Mi 10 will be announced for the Indian market through an online event that will start at 12:30 PM local time (7 AM UTC). It will be streamed live across Xiaomi India's social media channels.

Xiaomi also launched a Pro variant in China but it appears that one won't be making it to India for the time being. Either Xiaomi will have another event for it later on or it will miss that market altogether.

Xiaomi Mi 10 lands in India on March 31

The Mi 10 is powered by the Snapdragon 865 SoC, runs Android 10-based MIUI 11, and comes in three memory options - 8GB/128GB, 8GB/256GB, and 12GB/256GB. However, it remains to be seen if Xiaomi will bring all of these variants to India.

The Mi 10 sports a 6.67" FHD+ AMOLED display, that has a fingerprint reader underneath and a punch hole in the top-left corner for the 20MP selfie camera.

Around the back is a 108MP primary camera, joined by 13MP ultrawide, 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensor units.

Xiaomi Mi 10 comes in Peach Gold, Green, and Black colors Xiaomi Mi 10 comes in Peach Gold, Green, and Black colors Xiaomi Mi 10 comes in Peach Gold, Green, and Black colors
Xiaomi Mi 10 comes in Peach Gold, Green, and Black colors

Fueling the entire package is a 4,780 mAh battery that draws power at up to 30W through wired and wireless chargers. The smartphone also supports Power Delivery 3.0 and reverse charging.

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  • flashash

what is sar value ? and why such a small battery ? hope they release this beast with atleast 6000mah

  • Anonymous

If you want Mi 10 Pro, you will need to wait for a month or so. At this point, the demand for Mi 10 Pro in China is simply too high, and a pre-order will take several weeks to get filled. By the end of March, P40 series and Honor 30 Series will be in...

  • Anonymous

The decision is made by Xiaomi (India), not Xiaomi (headquarter), to introduce any specific model to India. Due to extreme price sensitivity of the Indian market, once a smartphone hits a certain price point, the sale volume will drop precipitately,...