Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro test: our full review – Smartphones – Frandroid


While Xiaomi may have disappointed at the beginning of the year, the Chinese manufacturer is back with its Mi 10T Pro, a smartphone with high-end features but at a much more affordable price. But is this smartphone worth it? This is what we will see in this complete test.

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The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro // Source: Frandroid

Like last year with the Mi 9T and Mi 9 T Pro, Xiaomi has decided to decline its Mi 10 range in this second half of the year with two more affordable models, the Xiaomi Mi 10T and Mi 10 T Pro. This is the second model – very close to the Xiaomi Mi 10T – that we have had the opportunity to test. While the Chinese manufacturer had been criticized for increasing the prices on its previous flagships without really justifying it, what about this Mi 10T Pro, launched at 570 euros? This is what we will see in this comprehensive test.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro technical sheet

Model Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro
OS version

Android 10 Q

Manufacturer interface


Screen size

6.67 inch


2340 x 1080 pixels

Pixel density

386 dpi




Snapdragon 865

Graphics Chip (GPU)

Adreno 650

Random access memory (RAM)

8 GB

Internal memory (flash)

128 GB, 256 GB

Camera (back)

Sensor 1: 108 Mpx
Sensor 2: 13 Mpx
Sensor 3: 5 Mpx

Camera (front)

20 MP

Video recording

8K @ 30 fps


Wi-Fi 6 (ax)



Supported bands

2100 MHz (B1), 800 MHz (B20), 1800 MHz (B3), 2600 MHz (B7), 700 MHz (B28)



Fingerprint sensor


Ports (inputs / outputs)

USB Type-C


5000 mAh


76.4 x 165.1 x 9.3mm


218 grams


Black, Silver, Blue


€ 599

Product sheet
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This test was carried out using a copy provided by the brand.

A brilliant, but massive smartphone

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is a massive smartphone, to say the least. However, it is not so much the size of the device that shocks with its measurements of 165.1 x 76.4 x 9.33 mm, more in the order of what is currently done on the market. It is more the weight of the smartphone that marks when it is picked up for the first time. It must be said that with a weight of 218 grams, the Xiaomi Mi 10T is anything but a lightweight smartphone. However, this weight is explained by the smartphone's battery, as we will see later, and by the thickness of 9.3 mm.

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The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro // Source: Frandroid

When you look at the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro from the front, you find a design very similar to the rest of the industry. Exit the innovation brought last year by the Xiaomi Mi 9T and Mi 9 T Pro, the Mi 10T Pro does not have a pop-up camera, but a simple punch positioned at the top left of the screen in which is housed the selfie camera.

Speaking of the screen, it takes up a large proportion of the front panel. If it's flat – and not curved like the Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro – the borders around it are however rather thin with 3mm on the sides, 4mm at the top and 6mm at the bottom. It is especially on the lower border, which is often referred to as the chin, that we regret a certain thickness. Too bad, we would have appreciated a little less wasted space.

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The back of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is very messy // Source: Frandroid

On the back of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, we will find a Gorilla Glass 5 glass surface, as for the screen. For its smartphone, Xiaomi has chosen a particularly shiny material, the back of the phone can almost serve as a mirror. Unfortunately, there is a great propensity to catch fingerprints. It's quite simple, we even wonder if Xiaomi has integrated an oleophobic treatment into his smartphone.

Still on the back, what marks the most about the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is its photo module. There is actually a square module at the bottom, with two lenses, the flash and a single circle and, just above, the main camera. It's an understatement to say that this one stands out from the other modules. It is widely promoted by Xiaomi with the mention "108MP CAMERA". Note also that the entire photo module is prominent to say the least with a thickness of 2.5 mm. Placed flat on a desk, without a shell, it will therefore have an annoying tendency to rock when you use it.

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The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro photo module is rather thick // Source: Frandroid

On the left edge are the traditional volume keys and the sleep button – which also functions as a fingerprint reader. At the top, we are entitled to one of the stereo speakers, the other being on the lower edge, alongside the USB-C socket and the dual-SIM card drawer, without microSD storage expansion.

Note that the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro does not have a headphone jack and that it is not certified for waterproofing.

An excellent screen

At first glance, it is on the screen that Xiaomi seems to have made the most concessions to lower the price of the Mi 10T Pro compared to the Mi 10 Pro. It must be said that this new smartphone does not benefit from a curved OLED screen, but from a simple flat LCD panel. For the rest of the specifications, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro offers an image with a definition of 2400 x 1080 pixels for a screen of 6.67 inches, or a 20: 9 ratio and a density of 395 pixels per inch.

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The screen of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro // Source: Frandroid

However, despite the absence of an LCD panel, the screen of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is full of qualities. This is particularly the case with the adaptive cooling technology integrated by Xiaomi. Like Samsung on its latest Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the Chinese manufacturer has integrated a system to adapt the screen refresh rate according to the content. While it can ramp up to a rate of 144Hz, it will only be used for suitable content, whether gaming, web browsing, or social media browsing. When playing videos on Netflix, for example, the screen will stop at 48 or 50 Hz, since the content does not go beyond. A great way to save battery power when needed.

However, it must be said that the 144 Hz of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro's screen does not struggle to be felt. Whether in the animations of the MIUI 12 interface or in the scrolling on Twitter or Instagram, we feel much more fluidity than on the Mi 10 Pro, limited to 90 Hz. Of course, we end up getting used to this rate refresh, but once you've tasted it, it becomes difficult to go back to a simple 60Hz display.

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The punch in the screen of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro // Source: Frandroid

The other quality of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro's screen is simply its calibration. At first glance, the screen seems well calibrated with the "auto" color scheme which adjusts the screen colorimetry according to the ambient lighting, like Apple's True Tone system. However, it draws a little towards the blue. The brightness is also up to par, sufficient in any case to read its contents outdoors. Admittedly, the gray autumnal skies help him.

It is really by measuring the screen of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro using a calibration probe and Calman Ultimate software from Portrait Displays that its quality is obvious. Measured with saturated mode and the default temperature – to avoid adapting to auto mode – I was able to measure a brightness of 523 cd / m², sufficient in most cases, and a contrast of 1292: 1. It’s not as good as Oled, but it’s perfectly fine for an LCD screen.

It is especially in the color management that the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro behaves wonderfully. It covers 143% of the sRGB color space and 96% of the DCI-P3 space. On this same DCI-P3 color space, I was able to measure a delta E of 2.7. This is simply excellent, since it is generally considered that below 3 it is impossible to tell the difference between the color displayed and what should have been displayed. The only downside is the white balance, measured at 7200K, well above the 6500K benchmark for sunlight.

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The temperature parameter to obtain the best possible colorimetry.

By modifying the color temperature, while keeping the saturated mode, I was however able to approach an even better calibration with a white balance at 6582K and a delta E of 1.96 on the DCI- color space. P3. It's quite simple, with such measures the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro offers one of the best smartphone screens on the market today, even if it is an LCD screen.

A feature-rich MIUI 12 interface

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro embeds the manufacturer's MIUI 12 interface, based on Android 10. Enough to rediscover certain features that we could have won over when we got to grips with the system when it was announced last May. Concretely, MIUI 12 brings quite significant changes compared to version 11 of the system.

We will thus be able to discover a brand new “control center” offered by Xiaomi. In fact, it's a redesign of the notifications screen and quick settings, now separated into two different screens. When you're on the Home screen, you can swipe down on the left side to open Notifications and on the right side to open Control Center. This control center also incorporates an aesthetic that Apple would not deny and for good reason: the MIUI control center is particularly inspired by that of iOS, both in the size and shape of the icons or their transparency.

MIUI 12 also brings good name of animations whether it is opening applications, removing them from the home screen, or activating certain options. The settings menu has also been revised to make way for a much more visual interface. In the "about phone" screen, you will see at a glance how much storage space is occupied. In the battery menu, the remaining battery life will be shown, in the form of a battery gauge. Overall, this has been a great success, although some elements – notably the translation – would benefit from being revised to avoid overlapping text elements or for clarity.

We will also find many parameters expected in any good Android interface such as gesture navigation, the ability to reverse the navigation keys, or the activation of the dark theme. We also appreciate that Xiaomi has partnered with Google to offer certain applications such as Google Calendar, Google Phone, Google Messages or Google Discover. An excellent choice as these applications are among the best for each of their uses. The application drawer, long shunned by Xiaomi, is also part of the game, which can be activated as an option in the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro menus.

Among the main criticisms that MIUI 12 could be made is the fact that the smartphone still offers antivirus software when installing applications from the Play Store. Fortunately, it can be deactivated. It is also a pity that the "super wallpapers" which were to be launched with MIUI 12, offering transition effects between the lock screen and the desktop, are not integrated on the smartphone. You can still download and install them manually, but this is a feature that we particularly liked and it is a shame not to make it easier to access.

Regarding the security patch, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro comes with the September 2020 update at the time of this test. The smartphone is also compatible with the Widevine DRM management system at level L1, making it possible to view Full HD videos on Netflix, Disney Plus, Molotov or myCanal.

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The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro fingerprint reader // Source: Frandroid

Finally, for unlocking the smartphone, Xiaomi offers its fingerprint reader on the edge by default. Very quick to detect, it turns out to be quite secure. However, it is also possible to use 2D facial recognition by browsing through the options. Again, the experience is rather quick, although it is not as secure as a 3D recognition system.

Pleasant stereo speakers

As we saw earlier, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro does not have a headphone jack. Xiaomi, on the other hand, provides headphones with a headphone jack and a 3.5mm jack to USB-C adapter. In addition, the smartphone has two speakers operating in stereo. The listening quality with these speakers, while not as efficient as on the Mi 10 Pro – which had identical speakers on the lower and upper slices, remains pleasant. The sound is powerful and the scene is well spatialized. We only regret that the sound is not emitted in the same way on both sides, the top speaker emitting the sound facing the screen while the bottom one, on the edge, transmitting it to the outside.

When listening through headphones or earphones, Xiaomi offers different "sound effects". It is thus possible to configure the sound with a seven-band equalizer ten presets offered according to the style of music listened to. You can also adjust the sound according to the type of headphones, but only if you use a headset or Xiaomi headphones.

High-end performance

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is equipped with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 865, one of the most powerful chips on the market, surpassed only by its evolution, the Snapdragon 865 Plus. At its side, we will find 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128 or 256 GB of storage in UFS3.1 depending on the version.

In fact, it goes without saying – but it gets better when you say it – we have the right to a fast smartphone in all circumstances. Logical considering the performance of the Snapdragon 865. Whether in menus, in applications, in web browsing, in 2D games or in 3D games, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro is never lacking in fluidity.

For 3D games, as usual, I launched two particularly graphically demanding games on the Mi 10T Pro: Fortnite and Call of Duty Mobile. The game from Epic Games was able to launch by default with a fluidity of 30 frames per second – the maximum offered on the smartphone -, graphics quality and 3D resolution at 75%. Even after pushing the 3D resolution to 100%, the game remained smooth throughout, with a frequency hovering between 28 and 30 fps.

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Fortnite on the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro // Source: Frandroid

For Call of Duty Mobile, however, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro launched the game with fairly average graphics settings, with average graphics quality and high frame rate. However, I was able to change these two parameters to "very high" and "max" respectively. With these graphics settings set to maximum, the smartphone once again behaved like a charm, never slowing down at any time.

To compare the performance of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, I also subjected it to a battery of benchmarks. Unfortunately, two benchmarks that we usually use in our tests – 3DMark Slingshot Extreme and GFXBench – refused to run on our test copy. Graphics performance, however, can be determined using AntuTu. I then compared the results to three other smartphones marketed at a similar price: the Realme X50 Pro, the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Oppo Find X2 Neo.

Model Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro Realme X50 Pro 5G OnePlus 8 Pro Oppo Find X2 Neo
AnTuTu 8 580140 591734 584217 326327
AnTuTu CPU 177378 N / C N / C N / C
AnTuTu GPU 217252 N / C N / C N / C
AnTuTu MEM 92619 N / C N / C N / C
AnTuTu UX 92891 N / C N / C N / C
PC Mark 2.0 10651 12126 11364 8548
3DMark Slingshot Extreme N / C 7170 7089 3276
3DMark Slingshot Extreme Graphics N / C 8211 8103 3278
3DMark Slingshot Extreme Physics N / C 4966 4929 3270
GFXBench Aztec Vulkan high (onscreen / offscreen) N / C 30/20 FPS 18/20 FPS 13 / 8.5 FPS
GFXBench Car Chase (onscreen / offscreen) N / C 45/51 FPS 26/51 FPS 19/21 FPS
GFXBench Manhattan 3.0 (onscreen / offscreen) N / C 60/125 FPS 59/123 FPS 49/56 FPS
Sequential read / write 1634 / 721MB / s 1745/764 MB / s 1731/754 MB / s 979/479 MB / s
Random read / write 56008/58298 IOPS 53900/51600 IOPS 52,800 / 50,000 IOPS 41200/36100 IOPS

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Logically, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro thus achieves a score very close to those of the Realme X50 Pro and OnePlus 8 Pro. However, it is well ahead of the Oppo Find X2 Neo with a less powerful chip, the Snapdragon 765G. The same goes for processor power, measured by PCMark, where the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro approaches other smartphones with the Snapdragon 865, but is well ahead of the one equipped with the Snapdragon 765G.

Note also that, despite a few game sessions lasting a good half an hour on Fortnite or Call of Duty Mobile, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro maintains a good temperature and, if you feel a slight heat, it will never be a problem for use or the for frame rate.

A super bright 108 megapixel camera

These are three cameras that have been integrated by Xiaomi on the back of its Mi 10T Pro. We will thus find, from top to bottom:

  • One 108-megapixel 24mm (f / 1.89) equivalent wide-angle camera
  • An ultra-wide-angle camera, 15mm (f / 2.4) equivalent of 13 megapixels
  • A macro camera, equivalent 23 mm (f / 2.4) of 5 megapixels
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The photo module of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro // Source: Frandroid

If there are therefore three cameras, no trace of optical zoom, and for good reason: Xiaomi relies on the definition of its large 108-megapixel sensor, in 1 / 1.33-inch format, to offer digital zoom. Within the interface itself, too much focal lengths are offered: x0.6 (ultra wide-angle), x1 (wide-angle) and x2 (digital zoom). Note that it is possible to go up to a digital zoom x30, but, beyond the zoom x2, we already perceive a loss in quality. In the photos below, I was able to take several shots with these too much zoom levels, from ultra wide angle to x2 zoom. Each time, the pictures were taken in automatic mode with automatic HDR.

Overall, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro offers good quality shots with its main camera. In outdoor scenes, it does a good job of handling high dynamic ranges with detailed skies without darkening the darker areas too much. Color management is also relatively consistent between the ultra wide-angle and the main camera, although we can note a tendency of the 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera to offer warmer shades, pulling a bit more towards the red. This is particularly noticeable in the first set of photos.

With the x2 hybrid zoom, the smartphone is doing very well. This is not a real surprise, since the camera used is the same as for the wide-angle and the definition of 108 megapixels allows to enjoy a good level of detail, even with this level of digital zoom.

However, the same cannot be said for ultra wide-angle. Two main faults are to be noted, concerning the management of the light. First, the ultra-wide-angle camera has a harder time processing areas with high dynamic range. This is particularly the case in the second series, with the sky completely scorched. In night scenes, too, the smartphone will have a hard time providing properly lit shots.

Note that a night mode is available, but it is unfortunately only available with the main photo module. It is therefore impossible to enjoy it with the ultra-wide-angle device:

Alors que le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro s’en tire déjà très bien avec le mode automatique dans les zones de faible luminosité, il est encore meilleur avec le mode nuit. Sur la première photo, ce mode va permettre de déboucher les zones les plus sombres, en dessous de l’arbre. De quoi permettre de distinguer le détail des feuilles tombées, alors même qu’elles n’étaient pas visibles à l’oeil nu. Sur la seconde photo, c’est une sorte de HDR qui va être proposé avec une harmonisation de l’exposition globale des éléments de la scène. La façade au premier plan est ainsi bien davantage éclairée, tandis que les éléments les plus lumineux, comme le ciel, conservent peu ou prou le même niveau de luminosité.

Comme on l’a vu, le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro profite également d’un capteur macro de 5 mégapixels. Concrètement, l’objectif associé permettra de prendre des clichés à quelques centimètres à peine du sujet, pratique pour capturer des effets de texture ou des fleurs en gros plan.

Néanmoins, comme c’est bien souvent le cas, on préfèrera utiliser un autre appareil pour ces clichés. Il faut dire que la définition de cinq mégapixels et la qualité de l’appareil laissent clairement à désirer. Sur la série ci-dessous, j’ai pris plusieurs clichés d’une même figurine en utilisant le module ultra grand-angle, le module grand-angle, le zoom numérique x2 et l’appareil macro.

Le résultat est sans appel, avec le zoom numérique x2, on obtient une image qui est bien mieux éclairée, avec davantage de détail et un niveau de bokeh bien supérieur à celle prise avec le capteur macro. On le dit souvent et on le répétera donc une fois de plus : il ne sert à rien de multiplier les capteurs dans le seul but d’avoir des appareils photo supplémentaires s’ils ne servent à rien ou peuvent être remplacés avantageusement par un appareil de meilleure qualité.

Sur les photos ci-dessous, j’ai pu tester le mode portrait du Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro. J’ai pris à chaque fois une photo en mode automatique et une photo en mode portrait afin de tester deux conditions difficiles : le détourage du visage et la gestion de la haute plage dynamique en mode portrait.

Le sqmartphone parvient globalement à bien gérer le flou d’arrière-plan, même si quelques mèches de cheveux disparaissent après le traitement. En revanche, il s’en sort moins bien pour la gestion du HDR. Si elle est bien automatisée en mode automatique, ce n’est pas le cas en mode portrait, avec un arrière-plan brûlé. Attention donc aux photos en mode portrait à contre-jour.

Pour les selfies, le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro est équipé d’un appareil photo de 20 mégapixels avec un objectif équivalent 16 mm ouvrant à f/2,2. Là encore j’ai voulu tester le mode portrait, proposé en selfie.

Les clichés souffrent des mêmes défauts que l’appareil photo principal, même si on pourra noter que l’appareil gère mieux le flou d’arrière-plan. Les mèches de cheveux sont mieux découpées et ne sont pas floutées comme ça peut être le cas avec l’appareil principal. Néanmoins, là aussi, le smartphone peine à proposer des selfies en mode portrait à contrejour.

Pour la vidéo, le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro permet de capturer des séquences en 8K à 30 FPS, en 4K à 60 FPS ou en Full HD à 60 FPS. En selfie, le smartphone est cependant limité à une définition 1080p ou 720 p à 30 FPS.

Une autonomie de plus de deux jours

Le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro est équipé d’une batterie de 5000 mAh. Il s’agit là d’un accumulateur conséquent. Dans les faits, j’ai pu utiliser le Mi 10T Pro pendant 64 heures, soit un peu plus de deux jours et demi, avant de tomber à court de batterie. Sur cette période, l’écran a été allumé pendant plus de 6 heures, dont 1h30 sur YouTube, 1h10 sur Twitter, 1h10 sur Chrome ou 40 minutes sur Twitch. Je n’ai cependant pas lancé de jeux mobiles et ai été plus raisonnable en matière de photo, deux usages particulièrement énergivores sur smartphone.

Avec une telle autonomie, malgré l’écran allumé, on pourrait facilement penser que le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro était configuré avec un taux de rafraîchissement de 60 Hz. Il n’en est rien. Pendant toute cette période, j’ai utilisé l’appareil avec le taux de rafraîchissement adaptatif de 144 Hz. C’est tout bonnement une leçon d’autonomie que Xiaomi inflige à Samsung ici, dont les Galaxy Note S20 et Note 20 Ultra peinent à dépasser les deux jours d’autonomie avec le taux de 120 Hz.

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Le chargeur fourni avec le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro // Source : Frandroid

Pour la recharge, le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro est fourni avec un chargeur de 33 W (11V / 3A). De quoi lui permettre une recharge de 10 à 100 % en tout juste une heure. Un très bon résultat, surtout compte tenu de la grande batterie du Mi 10T Pro. Notons néanmoins que le smartphone n’est pas compatible avec la charge sans fil.

Réseau et communication du Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro

Le smartphone de Xiaomi profite d’un tiroir permettant d’insérer deux cartes nano-SIM. Par ailleurs, il est compatible avec l’ensemble des bandes de fréquences 4G proposées en France par les opérateurs, qu’il s’agisse des bandes B1 (2100 MHz), B3 (1800 MHz), B7 (2600 MHz), B20 (800 MHz) ou B28 (700 MHz). Grâce à cette dernière bande, les abonnés Free Mobile — dont le réseau repose en grande partie sur la bande B28 — pourront profiter de l’ensemble du réseau de leur opérateur.

Doté d’une puce Snapdragon 865, le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro est également compatible avec le réseau 5G qui sera déployé prochainement en France. On va ainsi retrouver une compatibilité avec les bandes n1, n3, n7, n20 et n28, déjà utilisées par la 4G, mais également avec la bande n78 à 3,5 GHz. Néanmoins, le smartphone n’est pas compatible avec les ondes 5G millimétriques, qui arriveront dans quelques années et permettront un véritable gain en termes de débit.

Pour le Wi-Fi, le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro profite d’une compatibilité avec la norme Wi-Fi 6 (IEEE 802.11ax) de dernière génération. Il en va de même pour le Bluetooth où c’est la norme 5.1 qui est prise en charge, adossée, comme on l’a vu, aux codecs audio SBC, AAC, LDAC, aptX, aptX HD, aptX Adaptive et LHDC. Le smartphone est par ailleurs compatible avec le NFC pour le paiement sans contact et les satellites GPS, Galileo, Glonass et Beidou pour la géolocalisation.

Concernant les appels vocaux, le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro s’en sort admirablement bien. Testé avec les bruits de fond d’un boulevard en pleine agitation, mon interlocuteur n’a pas du tout été gêné par la pollution sonore. Il lui a vraiment fallu se concentrer pour entendre quelques bribes de klaxon pendant une fraction de seconde. Il a par ailleurs noté que ma voix était captée de manière très claire, avec une compression tout juste audible.

Prix et disponibilité du Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro

Le Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro sera disponible en précommande du 16 au 25 septembre prochain. Il sera ensuite disponible dans le commerce dès le 26 octobre. Le smartphone est proposé en deux coloris : noir, argent ou bleu. Deux configurations sont proposées par Xiaomi, une avec 8/128 à 569,90 euros, et une à 8/256 Go à 599,90 euros.

À un prix similaire, on peut retrouver le Realme X50 Pro, doté du même processeur, mais aussi le OnePlus 8 ou le Samsung Galaxy S20 FE.

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