When it comes to the communication, Xiaomi Mi 10 has everything. It supports 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G networks, it uses NFC, there is an infrared sensor as well. In addition, there is a quick module for wireless connection (Wi-Fi 6, 2,4 and 5 GHz), a fast and a precise navigation module, which worked both while driving a card and while walking. In addition, it has Bluetooth 5.1 and a wide set of sensors. From physical sockets there is only USB-C – unfortunately, there is no minijack. But we need to admit that when it comes to communication modules, Xiaomi Mi 10 is fully equipped, well prepared for all future standards – including the fifth generation network and Wi-Fi 6.
Xiaomi Mi 10 supports one SIM card in the nano size. The quality of calls is on the flagship level and I have no concerns neither towards the loudness nor to the quality of the sound. Reducing noises from the surrounding works great as well.
Memory and efficiency
After running the phone for the first time, the user is left with around 110,50GB from the declared 128GB for data and apps. Unfortunately, there is no possibility to enhance the memory with microSD cards.
The top CPU from Qualcomm is responsible for the efficiency, which is Snapdragon 865 with Adreno 650. We can expect that it will perform perfectly in all tasks – and it is so indeed. It will handle any app in the Google store and in every game (in the highest settings), which we will install. There are completely no lags or slowdowns while running apps or when switching between them – to put it shortly, this is a top specification, which we can see, hear and feel.