Today was the day set by Xiaomi on the calendar to celebrate its 10th anniversary. The Chinese company has held an event, in which in addition to reviewing its history, has unveiled its most powerful smartphone to date, which is none other than the Mi 10 Ultra. The terminal had been leaked in all its splendor in the last hours, but now we know all its details, as well as its price and date of sale.
During the last weeks, the possibility that Xiaomi unveiled an even more powerful member of the Mi 10 family. Shortly after we learned that this terminal could be the Mi 10 Ultra and it has been. Carrying the “Ultra” label, power and improvements in all levels of hardware should be expected compared to its brothers, and the terminal has not disappointed.
Screen and dimensions
If we look at its design, the terminal has a 6.67-inch FullHD + screen with 120 Hz refresh rate, which has slightly curved edges but drains the frames to the extreme. In addition, this panel has a hole that serves to house the front sensor. The dimensions of the device are 162.38 x 75.04 x 9.45 mm and a generous 221 grams. It also features two dual stereo speakers to enhance the sound experience.
The terminal supports high dynamic range technology HDR10 + and is TÜV Rheinland certified low blue light emissions. It is also protected with Gorilla Glass 5 and of course integrates an on-screen fingerprint sensor. It also has special screen modes such as Sunshine Screen 3.0, Eye protection mode or color temperature adjustment etc.
All the power of Snapdragon
Carrying the label of being the most powerful terminal of Xiaomi is to go over in benefits. For this reason, the Mi 10 Ultra integrates all the power of the Snapdragon 865 processor and the terminal offers a version with up to 16GB of RAM, An authentic beast only equaled by the Galaxy S20 Ultra and some of the most powerful gaming mobiles on the market such as the Asus ROG Phone 3, Lenovo Legion Pro or the ZTE nubia Red Magic 5S. The terminal has memory variants of up to 512 GB with UFS 3.1 technology. To guarantee maximum performance at all times, the terminal has 8 temperature sensors, a liquid cooling system and several layers of graphite.
Four cameras and 120X zoom
In its back we find a quadruple camera positioned vertically. His style has a certain personality, setting himself apart from his brothers Mi 10 and Mi 10 Plus. Along with its sensors is an LED flash and a laser focus sensor. In addition, and as seen in the sensor itself, the terminal has a 10x equivalent optical zoom, capable of 120x zoom. The terminal has managed to dethrone a whole P40 Pro in the DxOMark camera tests, placing itself as the mobile with the best camera of the moment if we look at its ranking, where the Mi 10 Ultra has just taken the first position with its 130 points in front at 128 points of the P40 Pro. In this case, the selfie sensor is housed in a hole in its screen and reaches 20 megapixels.
In this way, the terminal has a main sensor of 48 megapixels with Quad-Bayer technology, equivalent to 25mm with an aperture f / 1.85. It has two telephoto sensors, the first of 12 megapixels and the second of 48 megapixels. In addition, this quartet is completed by a 20 megapixel ultra wide-angle sensor. It has a double LED flash and is capable of recording video in 8K resolution.
Battery and connections.
The terminal integrates the most advanced fast charge ever seen in a Xiaomi terminal. It has a battery of 4,500 mAh that can be fully charged in 23 minutes or 45% in 5 minutes. This is due to the Mi 10 Ultra’s 120W charging power. As if that were not enough, the terminal also includes a very powerful 55W fast charge and 10W reverse wireless charging. Of course it does not lack connections like NFC, Bluetooth 5.1 and even Wi-Fi 6. Needless to say, it will go on sale with MIUI 12 based on Android 10.
Price and date of sale
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra will arrive in gray, white and with a transparent special edition at a price of 5299 yuan, which to the change they suppose about 648 euros. At the moment we do not know Xiaomi’s plans for its international marketing. The complete prices in yuan and their conversion to euros, of all the versions presented by Xiaomi is as follows:
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra de 8GB / 128GB – 5,299 yuan (about € 648)
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra de 8GB / 256GB – 5,599 yuan (about € 684)
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra de 12GB / 256GB – 5,999 yuan (about € 733)
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra de 16GB / 512GB – 6,999 yuan (about € 855)
Also the Redmi K30 Ultra
Xiaomi has also had time to present the new Redmi K30 Ultra, which we do not know if it will land in our market or it will do so as some renowned and improved version of the Poco F2 Pro. Let us remember that the Redmi K30 Pro is the Poco F2 Pro in Europe . We see that the terminal still has its removable front camera but there are important differences. The first is given by the processor, since it is committed to the MediaTek Dimensity 1,000+ instead of the Snapdragon 865. The battery goes down to 4,500 mAh compared to 4,700 mAh from his brother, although it has the same 30W fast charge. However, the refresh rate of its screen goes up to 120Hz, which was one of the pending subjects of the K30 Pro or Poco F2 Pro, which has been released with a standard rate of 60 Hz.
In this case, the Redmi K30 Ultra will also hit the market in four memory options different:
Redmi K30 Ultra de 6GB + 128GB – 1999 yuan (about 244 euros)
Redmi K30 Ultra de 8GB + 128GB – 2,199 yuan (about 270 euros)
Redmi K30 Ultra de 8GB + 256GB – 2,499 yuan (about 305 euros)
Redmi K30 Ultra de 8GB + 512GB – 2,699 yuan (about 330 euros)