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The Mi 10 series from Xiaomi offer incredible specifications at a highly competitive price. However, the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro aren’t as popular as the OnePlus 8 series given the limited availability.

Nonetheless, Xiaomi went on to release the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro both of which offer similar specs to the Mi 10/Pro, however, with an even cheaper price tag. But for some reason, Xiaomi opted to equip the two phones with LCD displays.


Of course, there’s nothing wrong with the LCD displays on the Mi 10T duo, however, just about every other smartphone offered in its price segment comes with AMOLED screens.

That said, if you don’t care much for AMOLED displays, you’d enjoy the super high 144Hz refresh rate panel on these two phones. Matter of fact, the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 10i is also tipped to have a 120Hz refresh rate panel.

Now, it appears that the Mi 10i was taken for a spin on Geekbench since the Geekbench score for it was spotted by a Xiaomi-focussed group on Telegram. We’ve shared a screenshot of the Geekbench score of the Mi 10i below:


As you can see, the device is listed as the Xiaomi M2007J17I — which is the model number for the Mi 10i. The device is expected to launch sometime soon, however, Xiaomi has not divulged any information regarding its launch as of now. But now that it has been spotted on Geekbench, it’s likely that Xiaomi will be announcing it sooner rather than later.

The Xiaomi Mi 10i expected to come with the Snapdragon 750G chipset which supports 5G connectivity. The screen size will be 6.67-inches with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 with a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz as we mentioned earlier. As for the storage and RAM, we will get to see a 128GB base model with 6GB RAM, followed by a 128GB + 8GB RAM model and the top end 256GB + 8GB RAM model.

As for the pricing, most sources indicate that it will be priced under EUR 200 or $240. Of course, we will have to wait until the announcement to know more about the availability.


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Dwayne Cubbins
I write about tech, games, and more. When I'm not clickety-clacking on my mechanical keyboard, I can be found playing PUBG Mobile with my squad.

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