The Xiaomi Mi 10 would carry a battery with a capacity of 4800 mAh. Knowing that the current Mi 9 has a 3300 mAh battery, it is a real giant leap that the manufacturer is preparing to make if these leaks are confirmed. The Pro version should go even further.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 will be one of the main challengers of the Galaxy S11. A few weeks before its presentation, we know very little about the successor to the Mi 9 except that it will ship the SoC Snapdragon 865 from Qualcomm, information confirmed without surprise by the manufacturer during a conference held in early December. Now, new details on the battery capacity of the smartphone have just surfaced on Weibo. According to a very active Chinese leaker, the smartphone would ship a battery with a capacity of 4500 to 4800 mAh.
The range is not wide to retain a precise figure, but this information remains nevertheless precious. A battery with a capacity located in this range would in any case be much larger than that of the Xiaomi Mi 9 which as a reminder is 3300 mAh. Knowing that the Mi 9 Pro has a battery of 4000 mAh, we can logically deduce that the Pro version of the Mi 10 will go beyond 5000 mAh like the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro whose battery is of a capacity from 5260 mAh.
Another interesting piece of information from the latest leaks is that the battery of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro would regain 100% of autonomy in just 35 minutes thanks to a fast recharge of 66W. This rumor is supported by a recent smartphone certification document posted online by the Chinese organization 3C. The Mi 10 standard meanwhile would only benefit from a fast 30W recharge. We also know that the manufacturer is working on a 50W wireless recharge, a record power that will significantly reduce the difference in charging time between wired chargers and the next generation of induction charging. But the first smartphones to ship will not arrive until the second half of 2020.