Xiaomi looks to be all set for its launch event on the eve of its 10th anniversary which will be held on August 11. The company has been tipped to launch a new model in the Mi 10 series which was touted to be called the Mi 10 Pro Plus.
However, Xiaomi co-founder Lei Jun has now confirmed that the new phone will be called the Mi 10 Ultra in the global market. Taking a leaf out Samsung's book of nomenclature, the Mi 10 Ultra will be the super-premium flagship in the company's popular Mi 10 Series.
The Mi 10 Ultra cases have also been leaked online along with detailed banner images which hint that the Mi 10 Ultra may feature a transparent back cover as well. Also, the phone has been tipped to feature up to 16aGB of RAM and get up to 120x zoom.
Jun confirmed on Weibo that the Mi 10 Ultra will be the name of the phone in global market, and in China, the phone will be called the Mi 10 Supreme Commemorative Edition which hints at 10 years of Xiaomi. He also shared the retail box image for the smartphone with Xiaomi 10th anniversary logo on top of it.
In an additional leak on Weibo, the Mi 10 Ultra could feature ceramic and transparent back panels. The ceramic model will feature 8/256GB variant and a second 12/256GB variant. The transparent finish will get a 12/256GB variant and a 16/256GB variant.
Another tipster Bhuvnesh Bagri has put the leaked cases online which reveals the Mi 10 Ultra will get an elongated camera module on the top left side of the back panel. The flip cover case also gets a small notification panel which shows the time and date.