Earlier today we learned that Xiaomi’s Mi 10S will debut on March 10 and now the phone was teased in a DxOMark audio review. The yet to be released phone scored an impressive 80-point outing which gives it first place in the DxO database ahead of another unreleased device – the Asus ROG Phone 5.
The Mi 10S is powered by the Snapdragon 870 chipset and boasts dual speakers with 0.7mm speaker amplitude tuned by Harman Kardon. The impressive setup allowed the Mi 10S to score the highest audio playback and recording score in DxO’s database at 80 points apiece. The new listing also gives us a detailed look at both the front and back of the Mi 10S.
We can see a curved display with punch holed cutout on the front and a back design reminiscent of last year’s China-exclusive Mi 10 Ultra with four camera cutouts. The Mi 10S is expected to carry a 108MP main camera, 5,000 mAh battery and 33W charging.