We have covered so many articles stating the upward cycle of Xiaomi and its flagship smartphones, based on the likes of the Indian market. It secured the 1st place in terms of smartphone purchase in the Indian market, topping Samsung. The Chinese smartphone vendor shows no signs of backing down.
The Mi 9 has yet to complete a year of sale and its recent delisting could also imply that Xiaomi may be looking for an early Mi 10 launch that will be capable of 5G technology.We had to mention this fact to you, making the events of this story more exciting. We have speculations that the Chinese smartphone manufacturer could come up with the launch of its highly speculated Mi 10 soon, especially with what it some time back.
Xiaomi Discontinues Mi 9 Listing
In February 2019, Xiaomi launched its then latest flagship smartphone Mi 9, during the start of the year. Not to mistaken, the smartphone entered the market with top-notch specifications, offering high-end performance. However, since then the device is now no longer available on the official Xiaomi website.
What we have come to understand, is that this move from the Chinese smartphone manufacturer could possibly indicate that Mi 10 could be arriving soon down the line.
In its Xiaomi Core Supplier Conference, the Chairman and CEO of Xiaomi group stated that the company shall launch 5G supported smartphones in the upcoming year. Good for Xiaomi, it has completed the sale of its 4G smartphones inventory and the removal of Mi 9 from the website is a subtle confirmation of the statement.
The Mi 9 has yet to complete a year of sale and its recent delisting could also imply that Xiaomi may be looking for an early Mi 10 launch that will be capable of 5G technology.
Mi 10: Our Speculations
Recently, a Xiaomi 5G smartphone with the model number “M2001J1E” appeared at the China Quality Certification Center. It is reported that this particular handset is our highly anticipated latest flagship entry, the Xiaomi Mi 10.
As per the certification, Mi 10 is equipped with an “MDY-11-EB” charging model which means it supports up to 66W fast-charging. Unfortunately, finer details are still unknown and it is hard to determine exact specifications, on the basis of certification alone.
However, what we can also viably comprehend is that since Mi 9 arrived with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 SoC, Mi 10 could also be expected to support the latest model of the 800 series chipset. Also, next in line is Snapdragon 865, which is yet to be officially unveiled. We hope you’re joining the dots because we believe this particular chipset can find its way in the upcoming flagship smartphone.
It is likely to feature at least a triple camera setup but will probably jump the numbers to 4 or even 5 cameras.