A new camera sample published by Xiaomi Poland on the Mi community forum which aimed to show out the Mi Note 10’s camera capabilities actually confirmed the presence of the Mi Note 10 Pro. The post (which is linked in the source link) features a Halloween themed image that can be downloaded in full resolution through a Google Drive link. Interestingly, its EXIF data revealed it was taken on the upcoming Mi Note 10 Pro’s 108MP F/1.7 shooter. The image comes in at a sizeable 71.8 MB.
As Mi Note 10 is the global version of the Mi CC9 Pro the specs of the Note will be similar to the CC series phone. In other words, the Mi Note 10 will come with a 108MP camera. In total, the smartphone is expected to come with five cameras on the back panel. On the front, the Mi Note 10 will sport only one camera for clicking selfies.
Rumours and leaks suggest that the Mi CC9 aka the Mi Note 10 (globally) will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor. This is for the first time Xiaomi is using this chipset on its phone. Previously we have seen the Redmi K20 come with Snapdragon 730. Overall the Snapdragon 730 is a powerful processor and capable of handling day to day task very well without any sort of lag or stutter. The Snapdragon 730G is also expected to deliver a powerful performance.
- The Mi Note 10 aka Mi CC9 Pro will include five cameras on the rear panel. The smartphone is said to come with a 108MP primary shooter, 12MP portrait lens, 50X digital zoom, 10X optional zoom, Super macro mode, and other camera features. On the front, the Mi CC9 is said to come with a 32MP selfie shooter. The phone will come with Dot drop notch screen. The smartphone will include an in-display fingerprint sensor.