Ahead of its announcement scheduled for tomorrow, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (aka Mi 10 Pro Plus) stopped by Gekbench. The phone will commemorate Xiaomi’s tenth birthday and we’ve seen numerous leaks and teasers so far, giving us a clear picture of what to expect.
The device was seen bearing the M2007J1SC model number and pumped out 901 points on the single-core test and 3,275 on the multi-core department. These results are in line with other Snapdragon 865+ powered phones. The test also revealed the phone comes with 16 GB RAM and boots Android 10.
The Mi 10 Ultra is expected to come with a 120Hz FHD+ AMOLED display, 4,500 mAh battery with 100W or 120W wired charging and a quad-camera setup. The big change here will be the added periscope cam with 120x digital zoom. The rest of the cameras are expected to be carried over from the Mi 10 Pro with a 108MP primary shooter, 20MP ultrawide snapper and an 8MP telephoto module.
Another interesting addition will be the customizable GPU which can deliver manual frequency controls. The phone will also come with ceramic and transparent backs.