The Xiaomi Mi 10S lands on the Google Play Console with a processor upgrade
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Not even a week has passed since Xiaomi unveiled the Mi 10S, a Mi 10 Ultra on a budget. Xiaomi released the Mi 10S for the Chinese market, but a new Google Play Console listing suggests that the company may have more ambitious plans for the device.
Xiaomi sells its devices without Google Mobile Services (GMS) in China, so it would not need to register the Mi 10S on the Google Play Console if it only planned to release it in China. Hence, Google Play Console listing implies that Xiaomi will launch the Mi 10S outside of China at some stage. It is unclear when or in which regions Xiaomi plans to release the Mi 10S, but this listing should effectively confirm that the device will be sold in more countries than just China.
Additionally, the listing states that the international Mi 10S has a Qualcomm SM8350 SoC, instead of the SM8250-AC (Snapdragon 870) that the Chinese model has. If the Google Play Console listing is correct, then Xiaomi may be planning to equip the international Mi 10S with a Snapdragon 888, which is also implied by the CPU cores and the GPU present.
The Mi 10S has a 6.67-inch AMOLED display that operates at up to 90 Hz and 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. The device possesses at least 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of UFS 3.0 storage too, along with five cameras and a 4,780 mAh battery.