The highlight feature of the Mi 10T series is the 144Hz refresh rate LCD display, which is an impressive specification to have at a starting price of Rs. 35,999.
Both these models are priced below the Mi 10 5G, but offer largely upgraded features and specifications. I’ve been using the Mi 10T Pro 5G Rs 39,999 for about a day, and here are first impressions of it.The Mi 10T Pro 5G has stereo speakers, an IR emitter, a fingerprint sensor embedded in the power button, and a dual-SIM tray. There’s no headphone jack or IP rating. Xiaomi has also removed the wireless charging feature seen in the Mi 10 5G, possibly to save on costs.
Xiaomi has mainly focused its efforts on the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s display. It’s a 6.67-inch LCD panel with a full-HD+ resolution, and it supports HDR10 video playback.
The display also boasts of certifications from JNCD and TUV Rheinland for colour accuracy and low blue light emissions, respectively. The main feature though is its 144Hz refresh rate.