A month after they were announced in China, Xiaomi’s Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro are now officially coming to the European markets. The Mi 10 will start at €799 for the base 8/128GB version, there’s also an 8/256GB model for €899. The Mi 10 Pro will go for €999 in its 8/256GB trim.
Both Mi 10 models come with curved 6.67-inch AMOLED displays with FHD+ resolution, 90Hz refresh rate and a punch-hole cutout for the 20MP selfie cam. There’s also a built-in fingerprint scanner and tall 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
The Snapdragon 865 chipset is paired with the X55 5G modem on both phones alongside up to 12GB RAM and up to 256GB storage. The two phones also share a main 108MP camera with OIS, capable of recording videos at 8K resolution.
The biggest difference comes with the rest of the snappers where the Mi 10 Pro has an 8MP telephoto lens with up to 10X hybrid zoom as well as a second short 12MP tele module with 2x optical zoom. There’s also a 20MP ultra-wide snapper. The vanilla Mi 10, on the other hand, comes with a 13MP ultrawide shooter, 2MP macro cam and a 2MP depth helper.
Another key difference comes in the battery department where the Mi 10 boasts a larger 4,780 mAh battery while the Mi 10 Pro comes with a 4,500 mAh cell. Charging speeds also vary with the Mi 10 Pro managing up to 50W fast wired charging while the Mi 10 tops out at 30W speeds. Both phones support 30W wireless and 5W reverse wireless charging.
Pre-orders in Spain start on April 1 and come with a €100 gift box which includes the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2. Actual sales are scheduled for 15 April. Pre-orders in Italy, France and Germany start on March 28 while sales are planned for 7 April. Sales for the Benelux region are scheduled for April 15.