The provided image shows the phone from both the front, and the back. If this leak is accurate, the Mi 10 basically follows today's design trends.
The device will be made out of metal and glass, it seems. Its back will be curved, and so will its front side. The phone will include a curved display, along with a display camera hole.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 flagship will include really thin bezels & display camera hole
That hole will be placed in the top-left corner of the display. The phone's bezels will be extremely thin, while the bottom one will be the thickest. It will be only a little bit thicker than the rest.
The phone's corners will be rounded, and the same goes for display corners. There are four cameras included on the back of this phone, along with Xiaomi's branding.
Those four cameras are all a part of the same camera module, and they do protrude a bit. An LED flash sits next to the first camera.
All the physical keys are placed on the right-hand side of this phone. The volume up and down buttons sit above the power / lock button.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 flagship will allegedly launch alongside the Mi 10 Pro. Xiaomi's president already confirmed the existence of the 'Pro' model, by the way, so we'll get at least two Mi 10 phones.
The Mi 10 series will be fueled by the Snapdragon 865
Xiaomi also confirmed that the Mi 10 will be fueled by the Snapdragon 865. The device (maybe both of them) will arrive in a 5G variant as well. We do not know which one, or anything of the sort, we'll have to wait until they get announced.
According to some spec info that surfaced in December, the Mi 10 Pro will offer faster charging, and a better camera setup. The phone will offer 66W wired charging, while the Mi10 will cap out at 40W.
Both phones are rumored to include a 6.5-inch display, with high refresh rate. You can also expect to see plenty of RAM on these two phones, and several storage variants.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro may even arrive during the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2020 in Barcelona. Xiaomi still hasn't confirmed anything, but it's quite possible. In any case, they're expected to arrive in the first quarter of the year.