After weeks of leaks and rumors, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 was finally presented a couple of days ago in Madrid in its global version. The smartphone equips quite a lot of interesting hardware, including the five rear cameras, but there is much more. Let's find out together in this official teardown!
Mi Note 10: Official teardown released
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Published by Xiaomi on Thursday 7 November 2019
As always in these cases, the smartphone teardown starts by switching off the device and removing the SIM card cart. After that, remove the back cover by first heating the underlying glue and then being very careful to lift the Corning Gorilla Glass 6 glass layer without crushing it.
Once the back cover is removed, all you need is a mini cross-head screwdriver to unscrew the different screws that hold the smartphone together. We can then proceed to the disassembly of the actual components, the first of which is the NFC module that resides above the battery compartment.
Afterwards the various connectors are disconnected from the battery to the motherboard, the module with the five cameras with Dual Soft Light and Dual Flash that we see closely. After also showing us the front camera from 32MP, the brand shows us the huge battery with 5260mAh capacity.
Then it is the turn of the photographic sector, with the camera at the top with 10X lens hybrid zoom telephoto and 5MP resolution, just below we find the one from 12MP with 2X zoom, the main one from 108MP (Samsung ICOCELL Bright HMX sensor), the one from 20MP with lens ultra wide angle and finally the sensor from 2MP to take macro pictures. The Xiaomi video also reminds us that both the 10X and the main zoom camera have OIS optical stabilization.
Moving on to the other components, we see the infrared emitter (IR Blaster), the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, the 3,5mm audio jack and the USB Type-C port through which we can recharge the smartphone with fast charging up to 30W.
But it does not end there, because the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 also adopts a fingerprint sensor under the ultra-thin screen that has allowed Xiaomi to save a little more space. Moreover, as we have learned in this article, the new sensor is also wider and captures more light, so it works faster and with a greater success rate.
Now tell us what yours is. What do you think about the hardware inside the Xiaomi Mi Note 10? Did you hope to find more? Let us know in the comments section below!