The Mi 10T and its Pro counterpart come with 144Hz adaptive refresh rate LCDs which can go down to 30Hz to save power when not needed and also support a lot of intermediary steps – 48Hz, 60Hz, 90Hz and 120Hz. Both are powered by the Snapdragon 865 chipset with 8GB RAM and up to 256GB storage. Both share 5,000 mAh batteries that do 33W wired charging.
The main difference comes down to the main cameras where the Pro comes with a 108MP module with a 1/1.33” sensor, OIS and 8K video recording while the regular 10T swaps it for a 64MP shooter with 1/1.7” size and no OIS. The remaining sensors are a 13MP ultrawide and a 5MP macro cam.
We’ve already received a Mi 10T Pro review unit and you can peep our first impressions of it here. Our full review is already underway and in the meantime, you can check out our hands-on and top features video below.