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The new Xiaomi Mi 10i smartphone with 108 MP camera is going to be launched in India on 5th January

Xiaomi is set to bring the first device to India in 2021. The company will launch the Xiaomi Mi10i smartphone on January 5. In addition to the official announcement of the launch date, Xiaomi has shared some more details. At the same time, the specifications of the phone before the official launch have been revealed in many reports. This phone can be purchased from the online shopping website Amazon India.

The phone will launch on January 5 at 12 noon. This will be the virtual launch event. Amazon has also created a dedicated page on the MI10i smartphone website. The processor and camera specifications of the phone are published here. This smartphone will come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor and a completely new camera setup.

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What will be the specification of the phone

The company said that the phone will be given a 108-megapixel primary sensor. However, the details of other camera sensors have not been revealed yet. According to some reports, this will be a reconnected version of the Redmi Note 95G launched by the company in China. The smartphone can get a 6.7-inch IPS LCD screen, which will come with a 120hz refresh rate. This large display smartphone from Xiaomi can be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5.

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The smartphone can come with up to 8 GB of RAM and many color options. The most special feature of this phone is that it is a 5G smartphone. It can be given a 4820 mAh battery, which will support fast charging. Another report claims that the phone will be launched in India at a price below Rs 25,000. The company claims that this smartphone has been specially customized for the Indian market.

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