We unboxed the Xiaomi 10T Pro 5G and here are our initial thoughts.
First impression? It felt like we were holding a premium phone; it was solid, though a bit on the heavy side. The phone does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack, but it does come packaged with a headphone adapter. It also does not support expandable storage. The camera bump on the phone is quite distinct, so the phone is not able to lay flat on its back. However, it does have a 144Hz refresh rate LCD display and houses a Snapdragon 865 processor, which makes watching videos and playing games much more enjoyable. The phone’s camera features keep up with the competition. It’s able to record video in 8k, has options for wide angle and macro shots, and a slew of other features like high frame rate slow motion recording.
The Mi 10T Pro 5G retails at S$749 locally. Given that its features are on par with other flagship phones, the pricing is pretty competitive.
Watch the video to our first impressions of the phone.