Xiaomi is turning 10 this year and will celebrate with special editions of two of its best phones at the moment – the company is expected to announce commemorative editions of the Mi 10 Pro and Redmi K30 Pro on August 11.
Previously, rumors dubbed them “Pro Plus”, but CEO Lei Jun posted on Weibo that in English the phones will bear the “Ultra” name and “Extreme Commemorative Edition” in China (or maybe “Supreme”).
Leaked info suggests that there will be two versions of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra – one with a ceramic back and one with a transparent back. The ceramic model will come in 8/256 GB and 12/256 GB configurations, the transparent one will go higher with 12/256 GB and 16/512 GB options.
Improved vapor chamber cooling, HiRes audio with custom algorithm, next-gen FP reader
There’s more – here’s a speculative rendering of what the phone will look like. As you’ll notice a periscope is set to replace the standard tele lens of the original Mi 10 Pro. Digital zoom will allegedly reach 100x or even 120x.
As for the rest of the phone, it is expected that the Mi 10 Ultra will have a 120 Hz 1080p+ AMOLED display, a Snapdragon 865+ chipset with a customizable GPU and a 4,500 mAh battery with 100 or 120 W fast wired charging and 55 W wireless charging. Above are supposed images of the wireless charger plus some cases for the phone.
The CEO also posted this image of the box that the anniversary phone will be packaged in. He says that there should be plenty of units available, but still advises die-hard fans to put their pre-orders in early.