Mi 10i 5G Sales Cross Rs 400 Crore in Three Weeks on Launch

Xiaomis Mi 10i

The Mi 10i 5G smartphone uses a 120 Hz Intelligent AdaptiveSync display. Snapdragon 750 5G has been supported as a processor. A powerful battery of 4820mAh is given for the same power backup.

Xiaomi’s flagship smartphone Mi 10i 5G is being well liked in India. The phone was launched in January last month. After launching, the phone has gained tremendous sales. The Mi 10i 5G smartphone has broken all sales records. The Mi 10i 5G phone has received sales of over Rs 400 crore in just three weeks. The Mi 10i 5G phone was first listed for sale in India on 7 January 2021. According to a Google report, the Mi 10i 5G has been the most searched on Google in January 2021. With this, the popularity of the phone can be gauged. The Mi 10i 5G has a 108MP primary camera.

The phone uses 120 Hz Intelligent AdaptiveSync display. Snapdragon 750 5G has been supported as a processor. A strong battery of 4,820mAh is provided for the same powerbackup.

Mi 10i 5G

The company wants to provide future proof technology to users in flagship smartphones through the launch of Mi 10i 5G. This phone is the best in terms of hardware and software. In the first week of launching, it became Amazon’s best-selling smartphone. Manu Kumar Jain – Xiaomi India Head

Mi 10i 5G Price

The 6GB 64GB RAM variant of the Mi 10i smartphone will come at Rs 20,999. The same 6GB 128GB storage variant will come for Rs 21,999. While the 8GB 128GB variant will come at Rs 23,999. The phone comes in Pacific Sunrise, Atlantic Blue and Midnight Black color options.

Mi 10i 5G Specification

The Mi 10i has a 6.67-inch dot display with a maximum refresh rate of 120Hz. The display resolution is 2400 x 1080p (FHD+). The standard setting is at 60 Hz, and users can go to the settings and change the display rate to 120 Hz, which is a higher refresh rate and ensures better, smoother animations. The display is HDR and HDR10+ compliant and the device is L1 certified.

The screen has Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for protection. Dimensions of the phone are 165.38 mm x 76.8mmx 9mm and it is hefty at 214.5 grams. The phone is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor, which is 5G ready. It has the Adreno 619 GPU and the processor includes X52 5G modem as well. RAM and storage options are 6GB RAM+64GB, 6GB+128GB and 8GB+128GB. There’s no dedicated microSD slot here, and this is a dual-SIM device.

Mi 10i 5G

The rear quad camera has a 108MP+8MP+2MP+2MP setup. The 108MP main camera relies on the Samsung HM2 sensor, which has 9-in-1 pixel-binning, and f/1.75 aperture and a 7P lens. The 8MP camera is the ultra-wide one with 120-degree point of view and f/2.2. It has a 2MP macro camera and 2MP depth sensor. The rear camera can record at 4K, FHD resolution and HD resolution. The front camera is 16MP on the Mi 10i.

Software features of the Mi 10i’s camera are six long exposure modes, new photo filters, a document mode, HDR support, AI scene detection, Ultra wide-angle edge distortion correction, Google Lens, AI beautify, Portrait mode background blur adjustment, Movie frame, Night mode 2.0 and Panorama. The phone also has Pro and Raw modes as well for those who really want to go all out when editing their photos.

The Mi 10i has a 4820 mAh battery with Xiaomi bundling a 33W fast charger in the box. The company claims users can get 68 per cent charge in just 30 minutes, and the phone goes to a full charge in just 58 minutes. Other features of the Mi 10i include IP53 rating for water and dust resistance, Dual stereo speakers with 3.5mm jack, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, IR Blaster. It also runs MIUI 12 based on Android 10.

The Mi 10i packs some big numbers on the camera front given this is the first phone to sport a 108MP at this price point. We’ve had the Mi 10i for use, and here are some camera samples below of how the phone performs, for photos taken in daylight. These are taken in the regular photo mode without the 108MP feature turned on.

Mi 10i 5G

The Mi 10’s camera is definitely feature-packed, at least on paper. The 108MP camera will of course mean that your photos are much heavier in size around 20MB nearly, and the difference between regular and 108MP mode will not be noticeable, unless one really wants to go into the details of the picture. That’s where the 108MP will shine for users. Based on our first impression, the camera performs quite well given the price of this phone. The colours, at least those take in bright light are mostly accurate. However, we will have a more detailed comprehensive review up tomorrow.

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Lingraj Sahu
Lingraj is one of the youngest members of PhoneTalk, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports, exploring new places, and listening to music.