In 2015, the Chinese tech giant Xiaomi introduced its new Mi Note series of smartphones. The last phone in the series, the Mi Note 3, was launched in September 2017. Now, the company is planning to reboot the Mi Note series with the launch of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 in the coming days. The brand is hosting an event on November 5th, where it is expected to introduce the Mi Note 10, Mi Note 10 Pro, and Mi CC9 Pro smartphones. Ahead of the launch, the phone maker has officially confirmed the existence of the Mi Note 10 via its Twitter handle and has also announced that the device will come with a 108MP primary camera.
— Xiaomi #First108MPPentaCam (@Xiaomi) October 28, 2019
The tweet from Xiaomi reads, “Introducing the world’s FIRST 108MP Penta Camera. A new era of smartphone cameras begins now! #MiNote10 #DareToDiscover”. The teaser not only confirms the existence of the Mi Note 10, but also mentions that the handset will come with the “world’s first 108MP Penta camera” setup at the rear. Apart from that, the brand hasn’t revealed anything else about the features of the Mi Note 10 at the moment. If the reports are to be believed, the Mi Note 10 and 10 Pro could come with the Snapdragon 855+ or the Snapdragon 730G processor.
Notably, the Mi CC9 Pro that’s expected to launch on November 5th is also rumoured to flaunt a 108MP primary camera at the rear. The same phone could be launched in the global markets as the Mi Note 10. The company hasn’t yet officially confirmed it, so it’s advisable to take this information with a grain of salt for now.
Apart from the official confirmation from the brand, the Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro phones were recently certified by three regulatory bodies – IMDA in Singapore, NBTC in Thailand, and EEC in Europe. The certifications suggest that these phones will be launched in Asian and European markets, apart from China. Official details about these phones will be available in a matter of a week, so stay tuned to Pricebaba for regular updates.