The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro+ is yet to be launched and from the leaked specs, it’s going to be one of a kind smartphone. The device is expected to be launched by the end of the year but nothing is known about its price range. However, a leaker by the name Ice universe on Twitter went on to share photos of what seemed to be a new gaming mode on the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro+.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro+ Specs Overview
From the leaked images of the customizable GPU, a good eye will have spotted that the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro Plus is powered by an overclocked Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset. A Snapdragon 865 to be specific, which is paired with an Adreno GPU. The Mi 10 Pro+ was been spotted on Antutu Benchmark where it clinched a combined score of 687,422 points.
Other leaked specs of the Mi 10 Pro+ include a 120 Hz refresh rate display. It will also be running on the MIUI 12. The cameras also get an upgrade with the optical zoom being increased from to 12x with a 100 MP main camera at the rear. It is also roumoured that the device will ship with 16 GB of RAM which will improve the gaming performance when paired with the customizable GPU.
In the battery section, the Mi 10 Pro+ is expected to be powered by a 5000 mAh with a 120W fast charging capability. It is roumoured that the Mi 10 Pro+ will be the fastest charging smartphone of 2020 as it will reportedly fully charge in just 15 minutes.
Other specs include;
- Dual stereo speakers
- 3.5 mm headphone jack
- Wireless charging
- IR Sensor
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro+ Customizable Adreno GPU
Most dedicated gaming smartphones nowadays like the Asus Rog Phone 3 and the ZTE Nubia Red Magic have special game modes that help you to tune performance settings to your liking. There were also rumors that Xiaomi and Qualcomm were collaborating on building a new GPU tuning feature for the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro+. Well, it seems the Mi 10 Pro Plus will be offering just that. From the images below you can see that a gamer can choose between already set profiles. However, you can also choose to customize features like Anti-aliasing, texture filtering among others, just like on a PC game.
For most mobile and PC gamers, it’s obvious this is big deal. This is because. in such a case where a GPU demanding game like PUBG or COD Mobile is lagging, with such technology, you can sacrifice quality for more FPS. Just like in PC games. This means a better gaming experience. However, this won’t come cheap as the Mi 10 Pro+ might go for over $800.
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