Xiaomi’s Mi Note line, not to be confused with the Redmi Note series, is finally back after a hideous one-year period. The company desires to gain some publicity soon using the Samsung 108MP primary sensor, a similar sensor the company stuck in its wrap-up screen phone – Mi Mix Alpha.
In real-world photography, for the record, these high megapixel camera lenses are not performing any better. So, don’t buy the 100MP hype real soon.
Introducing the world's FIRST 108MP Penta Camera. A new era of smartphone cameras begins now! #MiNote10 #DareToDiscover pic.twitter.com/XTWHK0BeVL
— Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) October 28, 2019
Other camera features that the company has been vocal about is the 5x telephoto zoom, as well as up to 50x digital zoom using the Samsung 108MP sensor.
The rear of the device will have a total of five cameras – 108MP primary camera, a 20MP ultra-wide lens, a 12MP telephoto lens, and a macro lens.
In China, Xiaomi Mi Note 10 will be referred to as the CC9 Pro. The company is all set to announce the new device in the Chinese market on November 5th.
Part of the rumored details about the Mi Note 10 include a massive 5170mAh battery, 6GB or 12GB of RAM paired with either 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB of non-expandable internal storage. The selfie camera is touted to be a 32MP snapper.
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