Yesterday we saw it presented in China with the name of Xiaomi CC9 Pro and today arrives in the international market as Xiaomi Mi Note 10. Let's talk about the latest mid-range with flagship features presented by the Chinese technology giant.
The smartphone arrives in fact with a not very performing chipset like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G, but refers to other specifications such as the photographic sector with five cameras including one from 108MP and a large battery. Let's find out more!
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Global is official: Specifications and Prices
Let's start with design, which as we have seen yesterday consists of an 6,47 inch diagonal screen with Full HD resolution + curved sides, metal chassis and back cover in Corning Gorilla Glass 5 glass. Also on the back we find then the five cameras arranged vertically on the left side in a configuration 3 + 1 + 1, plus two dual LED flashes (for a total of four).
These five rear sensors include the main one, namely the Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX from 108MP with an 1 / 1,33 inch size and f / 1,69 focal length, we then have an 20MP camera with 117 degrees ultra wide-angle lens, a third from 12MP with 2X telephoto lens to take photo portraits, 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.
Moving back to the front instead, above the huge AMOLED screen we find an 32MP sensor hidden in the notch for high resolution selfies.
Then we have another very interesting feature in the photographic sector: optical stabilization. This applies to both the main sensor from 108MP and the one from 5MP with ultra zoom. So, for the avoidance of doubt, we have for the first time on a smartphone a double optical stabilization.
As for the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro, all the specifications listed above are identical if not for the target in the main 108MP sensor that instead adopts 8P technology. This means that the lens is formed by 8 eight lenses instead of seven to have clearer and more detailed photos.
From the software point of view we have the 2.0 Night Mode with RAW multi-frame noise reduction to improve the quality of photos taken at night. With Night Mode 2.0 the smartphone will take several different exposure photos almost instantly to then merge for an exceptional end result. While with little brightness (but not absolute darkness) you can still take photos from 27MP always with the main sensor from 108MP, in this case four pixels are merged to capture more light and reduce noise in the images.
Finally, for video recording we find the ShootSteady Video technology that will allow us to take much more stable moving videos.
Returning to the rest of the hardware, as we said previously, the smartphone equips a medium-range processor but very efficient: the Snapdragon 730G. The CPU is then accompanied by up to 6GB or 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal memory.
Finally, another strength of the new Xiaomi Mi Note 10 will be autonomy. In fact, we find a huge 5260mAh battery for at least two days of use without recharging. The smartphone can then be quickly charged up to 30W via the USB Type-C port; according to official data we will be able to recharge the smartphone from 0 to 100% in only 65 minutes.
Among the other features on board the Mi Note 10 there is also an NFC module, an 3,5mm audio jack and an infrared ray emitter.
We conclude with the info for which you have most likely opened this article, the price. The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 has a starting price of 549 € for the version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. While the Mi Note 10 Pro with 8GB of RAM and 256GB will cost 649 €. Both devices will be available from November 11.