LATIN AMERICA TECHNOLOGY
Bogotá, Nov 20 (EFE) .- The Chinese company Xiaomi announced the arrival in Latin America of the Mi 10T Pro, a high-end device with which it seeks to position itself in the region’s market within this segment of “smartphones”.
The equipment, presented this week in Colombia, includes Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor, which, in addition to providing execution capacity, allows optimal performance in energy matters so that the battery lasts longer.
The presentation showed the new equipment as a terminal suitable for video games: the Qualcomm Adreno 650 GPU and the 144 Hz adaptiveSync TrueColor screen ensure an optimal experience for mobile gaming.
Like a whole team from the high-end telephony ranges, it bets on the development of the camera and the user’s audiovisual experience.
Xiaomi has stood out with the 108 megapixel cameras, however this time it adds a triple camera composed of a 13MP ultra-wide angle and a 5MP macro camera.
In addition to having a power in the lenses that allow you to zoom in on photos without being “pixelated”, it has long-exposure functionalities to develop different forms of sweeps, sensations of movement or uses of light threads in photos.
This terminal adds to the step of 8k in video, allowing recording in the highest resolution and adding some settings to take advantage: a function to record simultaneously with the rear and front cameras, providing facilities to the user to create their content for social networks .
The Mi 10T Pro has a 5,000 mAh battery and a consumption optimization system so that the user does not worry about the lack of power.
The “smartphone” also includes MMT (Middle Middle Tab) technology and a 33W wired charging process to optimize user times.
The team reaches the markets of Colombia, Mexico and Chile in a particular way, since Xiaomi will not launch this terminal in Asia to focus on competition in the Latin American market.
The terminal, which already operates with 5G technology, will be available in a presentation of 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB storage for an approximate price of $ 730.
Data released at the end of October indicate that Xiaomi grew 46% year-on-year and 75% in the third quarter compared to the previous one and surpassed Apple for the first time as the third manufacturer of “smartphones” by volume of shipments globally.
The Chinese manufacturer reached a world market share of 13% during the third quarter, five percentage points above that obtained a year ago, according to data from the Counterpoint consultancy.
In addition, Xiaomi reached its highest number of shipments with 46.2 million units in the third quarter of 2020, growing strongly in markets such as Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Africa, at the expense of Huawei amid the commercial dispute between United States and China.