Xiaomi teases the Mi 10T: Snapdragon 768G-powered phone to start under €300?
It's no secret at this point that Xiaomi is finally set to launch the successor to last year's Mi 9T. The phone, the Mi 10T, is expected to be launched this month and Xiaomi has confirmed as much in a teaser it shared earlier today.
"We're going to launch a new 5G smartphone this September and it will start from €2xx!", the company announced in a post on its global page. "As a new member of our #Mi10Series, it will be the first to feature an upcoming brand-new Qualcomm Snapdragon 7-Series Mobile 5G platform. Amazing value for money to allow #5GForEveryone."
There's not that much to go by but the post does clarify a few things. For one, the Mi 10T will be launched globally, in case there were any doubts. It will also start under €300—likely at €299 as is typical with such marketing claims.
Under the hood will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 700-series chipset. It's unknown exactly what SoC that will be but Xiaomi claims its a brand new 5G-capable chipset. That rules out the new Snapdragon 732G. The only other chipset that matches those specs is the Snapdragon 768G but it's already been used on one phone—the Redmi K30 5G Racing Edition—so it's not quite brand new, is it?
We'll keep you updated on this.