Last week, Xiaomi officially launched its latest Mi 10 flagship series in the 10th anniversary series. Recently, the Chinese manufacturer has suddenly posted a video of “cutting open” the Mi 10 Pro, thereby showing us a better view of the internal structure of this phone.
To open the back cover, we need to remove the surrounding adhesive, as well as two large foam rubber pieces at the top and bottom. These pieces of rubber are mainly used to increase structural stability, to avoid damage to the internal components if accidentally hit unexpectedly.
Moreover, the back of the device is also covered with a fairly large layer of thermal conductive graphite, corresponding to the entire motherboard area. In addition, we can easily see other components such as NFC antennas and wireless charging coils.
The upper and lower parts of the Mi 10 Pro are arranged symmetrically with two super-linear 1216 speakers. They are made of magnetic steel and have a large 1.22cc cavity, promising a better stereo experience for users. . Notably, the speaker of Mi 10 Pro is said to have 100% louder volume than the previous generation.
After removing the protective plastic cover, we will see the motherboard is on the left and the battery is on the right. The motherboard of Mi 10 Pro uses a two-layer design, which means smaller boards are stacked on the main board to save space.
Meanwhile, on the right is a 4500mAh battery, which takes up most of the device’s internal area and is fixed in the middle of the frame with a layer of glue. On the chassis, at the bottom half of the battery will be where the optical fingerprint sensor is ultra-thin, saving space inside.
After removing the rear camera protective cover, we can easily see the entire 4-lens camera module of Mi 10 Pro. Camera 108MP is the largest sensor and is located in the middle of the rear camera cluster.
The back camera cover also incorporates a laser focus module, which improves focusing speed in dark environments and determines AWB value, so that the white balance of the image will closely match what the human eye sees. visible. In addition, the top of the LED flash also has an anti-flicker sensor to detect the flickering frequency of the light source, reducing flicker when shooting indoors.
With Mi 10 Pro, Xiaomi has adopted 360-degree dual light sensor technology on both the front and back. In other words, this phone is capable of detecting ambient light and light sources more accurately, thus automatically adjusting the brightness of the screen to a more consistent and smoother level.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is equipped with a battery with a capacity of up to 4500mAh. Using a long battery design greatly reduces impedance, reduces energy loss and generates heat during fast charging. At the same time, dual FPC cables can also detect changes in heat and energy during charging, thereby reducing heat generation and wasted power.
All four rear camera sensors of Mi 10 Pro are housed together in a roll cage. The main camera has a resolution of 108MP, uses 8P lens design, large aperture f / 1.7 and supports OIS optical image stabilization. In addition to the main sensor, the telephoto camera of the machine also has OIS anti-shake, 8MP resolution, f / 2.0 aperture and supports 10x hybrid zoom.
The other two sensors in the rear camera cluster are 12MP telephoto sensor (50mm focal length) and 20MP ultra wide angle sensor (117-degree viewing angle). Meanwhile, the selfie camera on the front of the device is a micro lens and has a 20MP resolution.
The motherboard of Mi 10 Pro has an “L” shape with copper foil and heat-conducting graphite layer. The top of the front is the Wi-Fi 6 chip, the middle is the power management chip and the audio decoder chip, while the bottom is the radio frequency chip.
On the back, we will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and LPDDR5 RAM, Snapdragon X55 5G network modem, UFS 3.0 internal memory arranged in order from top to bottom. With LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 storage, Mi 10 Pro has the top read / write speed and data transfer on the smartphone market today.
The main board is connected to the auxiliary board via an FPC cable. Reportedly, this auxiliary board is where the NFC chip, wireless charging chip and display controller chip are located. Using two wireless charging chips will help reduce energy consumption and improve the performance of wireless charging.
X-axis linear vibration motor
Xiaomi has improved and optimized the internal layout of the Mi 10 Pro, including the integration of an X-axis linear vibration motor in a compact space but still capable of strong heat dissipation. It is equipped with a heat dissipation system with VC immersion plate (steam chamber) with super large area, 6-layer graphite structure, large amount of copper foil and thermal conductive gel.
This heatsink has an area of up to 3000mm², about three times larger than the coolers found on other manufacturers’ flagships. It stretches from SoC, power management chip, 5G network modem and extends to the battery compartment to increase heat dissipation.
On the other hand, thanks to the built-in temperature sensor, Mi 10 Pro can accurately determine the temperature of different areas such as 5G chips, CPUs, cameras, batteries and power management chips. In addition, the device will also control the temperature based on AI and use AI to report and monitor the temperature in real time in different areas of the phone.
Overall, the Mi 10 Pro is actually a 5G flagship model that is worth the money compared to the features it is equipped with, although it comes at a much more expensive price than the previous generation. The phone has a huge 4-camera system on the back, a large capacity battery up to 4500mAh, 30W wireless charging, dual speakers symmetrical with high volume, linear X-axis vibration motor and a “punched” design. “beautiful, in keeping with the current trend.