A full unboxing of the Mi 10 Ultra has leaked online mere hours ahead of its launch
Xiaomi has scheduled a special 10th-anniversary product launch, the star of which is likely to be the Mi 10 Ultra, formerly known as the Mi 10 Pro+ and also very possibly the Mi 10 Commemorative Edition. However, as with its probable main rival the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 variant of the same name, it has allegedly been unboxed early.
This video, originally posted to Weibo, paints a convincing enough picture of what Mi 10 Ultra buyers should expect to get shipped to them. Its contents as standard include a USB type C to 3.5mm adapter, a clear (albeit frosted) free clear case and of course the phone itself.
That main event effectively matches earlier leaked images, new distinguishing silver accent for its new stand-out camera specs included. The "unboxer" also takes pains to confirm that the charging brick included here incorporates Xiaomi's latest 120 watt (W) charging tech. The adapter certainly takes up the space one might expect from such an accessory.
The video may also serve to verify the Mi 10 Ultra's top rumored specs, its 120 hertz (Hz) display and 120x zoom module included. This potential spoiler may also further ramp excitement for the new device rather than the opposite, as we see a number of tasty details such as the branding that includes an innovative melding of the numbers 2010 and 2020 on its wrapping. Stay tuned to our launch coverage to make sure all this shiny newness is proven true.