As most of you already know, tomorrow will be the long-awaited conference where we will see the presentation of the new Xiaomi Mi Note 10, known in China as CC9 Pro, together with the Mi Watch and the new Mi TV 5 series.
Well, as often happens in these cases, the Chinese brand anticipates almost all the specifications of the device coming before the official launch. Today, in particular, he revealed something more about the digital fingerprint sensor.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10: It will have an ultra-thin UD fingerprint sensor
The fingerprint sensor on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 will obviously be of the type below the screen, like almost all mid-high end devices from Xiaomi. But this is not the real news, the news today is that this sensor will also be ultra-thin.
In fact, product director Wang Teng revealed on the Chinese social media Weibo that the Mi Note 10 will have a latest generation fingerprint sensor, much thinner and with a larger recognition area. This improvement will result in a higher release speed and at the same time save space inside the device. In fact, Wang also specified that thanks to this arrangement it was possible to equip the smartphone with a battery with capacity over 5000mAh.
As previously revealed, in fact, the Mi Note 10 will be powered by a well-powered 5260mAh battery, which should carry at least two days of battery life, with support for fast charging at 30W.
In addition to the enormous battery and the premium design with a curved AMOLED screen on the sides, the strong point of the next Note series standard bearer will be the photographic sector. In fact, the smartphone will equip five cameras. These include the main from 108MP with 1 / 1,33 inch size (the Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX) and f / 1,7 focal length, we then have a secondary 20MP lens with ultra wide angle lens from 117 °, a third 12MP camera with lens telephoto 2X, the fourth and perhaps the most awaited 5MP with 5X optical zoom, hybrid up to 10X and digital up to 50X; finally a sensor from 2MP to take macro pictures up to a minimum distance of 1,5 centimeters.
The rest of the hardware includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G as a processor, an NFC module to make electronic payments (but not only), audio jacks from 3,5mm to be able to connect our favorite headphones and an infrared sensor to be able to control different devices remotely.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 seems to become more and more one of the most complete smartphones of the Chinese brand. What do you think about it? Do you agree with us? Let us know in the comments section below!