Tonight, Lei Jun brought a speech on the 10th anniversary of Xiaomi. After the speech, he uncovered the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (aka Extreme Commemorative Edition). There are three versions: transparent version, bright silver version, and ceramic black version.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra 8GB+128GB variant costs 5299 yuan ($763), the 8GB+256GB model is 5599 yuan ($806), 12GB+256GB variant is for 5999 yuan ($864), and 16GB+512GB is priced at 6999 yuan ($1008).
- Transparent version: Transparent circuit effect, full of sense of science and technology.
- Bright silver version: Mirror effect, as if from the future.
- Ceramic black: lighter than ceramic, with the same warm and moist texture.
Generally, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra screen has two major upgrades:
- It comes with a new 120Hz flow rate screen, which is way smoother.
- The first truly 1 billion color (10bit) screen with better colors.
- Front and rear light-sensitive screen, which has more accurate automatic brightness.
The screen continues to maintain high quality, with high brightness, high contrast, and professional color accuracy. The phone also comes with dual stereo speakers, bringing the ultimate audio-visual experience.
Under the hood, it features a Snapdragon 865, an LPDDR5 memory, and a UFS3.1. Plus, we can find a large size VC liquid cooling, coming with graphene, multi-layer graphite heat dissipation, 8 temperature sensors for precise temperature control, etc. The phone supports WiFi6.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Camera
The camera parameters of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra include a telephoto lens equivalent to 10x optical zoom and a 1/1.32 super-outsole main camera. The latter has the advantage of natural dark light night scenes and has two professional camera low-light technologies. As for the former, it supports optical, digital, and AI triple image stabilization. The company has added a new ‘telephoto viewfinder’.
The Mi 10 Ultra supports dual native ISO Fusion, which combines two native ISO signals into one photo, which greatly increases the dynamic range of the image. Also, among its camera features, we can find a chip-level progressive HDR. The latter reduces HDR ghosts to a greater extent. The phone also shoots dual 8K movies, supports 10 bit HDR video recording, etc.
After getting acquainted with the key features of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra camera, you shouldn’t be surprised to know it ranks first in DxOMark.
Apart from this, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra sports more advanced charging technology, referring to both wired and wireless charging:
- 50W wireless charging –fill the whole battery in 40 minutes.
- 120W wired charging – fills to 41% in 5 minutes, to 100% in 23 minutes.
The battery capacity is 4500mAh.