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Leak indicates that the Mi 10T Pro will not be the successor to the Mi 9T Pro fans hoped for

The Mi 10T Pro will cost €699. (Source: Muycomputer)
The Mi 10T Pro will cost €699. (Source: Muycomputer)
Fans of the Mi 9T Pro may have been expecting the upcoming Mi 10T Pro to offer a similar performance-to-price proposition. Those hopes have now been crushed brutally, with a new leak confirming that the Mi 10T Pro will carry an MSRP up to €300 higher than that of last year's Mi 9T Pro.

Xiaomi is slated to launch two devices globally this month, in the form of the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro. There's not much that's unknown about the Mi 10T Pro at this point, as previous leaks have revealed most of the important details of the phone. Definitive pricing information proved elusive, though. Until now. 

As shared on Twitter by popular tipster Ice Universe, the Mi 10T Pro will carry a hefty €699 price tag. Before this, information leaned towards the Mi 10T Pro retailing for around €650, with an Amazon page showing the phone listed for as low as €640. The official MSRP appears to be €699, however. 

That's expensive. The Poco F2 Pro, for instance, had an MSRP of €499. Last year's Mi 9T Pro cost €399 when equipped with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. Of course, the Mi 10T Pro appears to be a considerably better device than the Mi 9T Pro, with a more powerful chipset, better cameras, and a bigger battery. But still, a €300 premium is unlikely to thrill those who expected a value device like the Mi 9T Pro.

The leaked image also indicates that the Mi 10T Pro will offer a Snapdragon 865, a 108 MP camera, a 5000 mAh battery, and a 144 Hz LCD. No luck, OLED fans.

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Ricci Rox, 2020-09-17 (Update: 2020-09-17)
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