Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro price and specs via Revu Philippines

Xiaomi Mi 10T series’ PH price reveal set for Oct 15

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You’ll recall that Xiaomi announced the Mi 10T series late last month. And as you might know, the company’s local unit promised to announced the Mi 10T’s pricing and availability in the Philippines at a later time.

(Update, October 15: A free electric scooter? Read Xiaomi Mi 10T, Mi 10T Pro: Philippine prices, freebies, availability.)

Apparently, that time has come. Xiaomi Philippines today announced on social media that it plans to reveal how much the Mi 10T series is going to cost on October 15, or exactly a week from today.

Xiaomi Mi 10T series launch date revealed via Revu Philippines

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Curiously, Xiaomi Philippines used the same image the company included in a previous post promoting the Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro. Whether that means the Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite will be offered weeks after its higher-specced siblings’ release, we don’t know. But it will definitely be available here.

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite, the cheapest of the three models, starts from €279 (roughly P15,836 or $327) in Europe. It is the world’s first Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G-based phone and comes with 6GB RAM and up to 128GB storage. Perhaps more importantly, it supports 5G data, too.

The price of the other Mi 10T series devices goes as high as €649 (P36,866 or $760), as can be seen below. Do note that due to taxes and other fees, smartphone prices in Europe tend to be higher than in other parts of the world.

  • Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite
    • 6GB + 64GB: €279 (P15,836 or $327)
    • 6GB + 128GB: €329 (P18,675 or $385)
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T
    • 6GB + 128GB: €499 (P28,335 or $584)
    • 8GB + 128GB: €549 (P31,174 or $643)
  • Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro
    • 8GB + 128GB: €599 (P34,003 or $701)
    • 8GB + 256GB: €649 (P36,842 or $760)

Meanwhile, the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10T Pro boast a 144Hz LCD screen, a long-lasting 5,000mAh battery, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor for true flagship performance. As expected, they also run the company’s MIUI 12 UI on top of Android 10.

The main difference between the two lies in their camera systems. The Xiaomi Mi 10T has a 64-megapixel main shooter, whereas the Pro variant steps up to a 108-megapixel sensor. Both share a 20-megapixel sensor on the front for selfies.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite specs

  • 6.67-inch LCD screen, FHD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G with 5G (8nm)
  • 6GB LPDDR4X RAM
  • 64GB/128GB UFS 2.1
  • Quad 64-megapixel, f/1.89 (main), 8-megapixel (ultra-wide), 2-megapixel (macro), 2-megapixel (depth) rear cameras
  • 16-megapixel, f/2.4 front camera
  • Fingerprint reader (side-mounted)
  • 4,820mAh battery with 33-watt fast charging
  • MIUI 12 based on Android 10
  • Colors: Rose Gold Beach, Pearl Gray, Atlantic Blue

Xiaomi Mi 10T specs

  • 6.67-inch LCD screen, FHD+ resolution, 144Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with 5G
  • 6GB/8GB LPDDR5 RAM
  • 128GB UFS 3.1
  • Triple 64-megapixel, f/1.89 (main), 13-megapixel (ultra-wide), 5-megapixel (macro) rear cameras
  • 20-megapixel, f/2.2 front camera
  • Fingerprint reader (side-mounted)
  • 5,000mAh battery with 33-watt fast charging
  • MIUI 12 based on Android 10
  • Colors: Cosmic Black, Lunar Silver

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro specs

  • 6.67-inch LCD screen, FHD+ resolution, 144Hz refresh rate
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 with 5G
  • 8GB LPDDR5 RAM
  • 128GB/256GB UFS 3.1
  • Triple 108-megapixel, f/1.69 (main), 13-megapixel (ultra-wide), 5-megapixel (macro) rear cameras
  • 20-megapixel, f/2.2 front camera
  • Fingerprint reader (side-mounted)
  • 5,000mAh battery with 33-watt fast charging
  • MIUI 12 based on Android 10
  • Colors: Cosmic Black, Lunar Silver, Aurora Blue

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 12 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.