After a long wait after the Redmi Note 8 series, the Xiaomi fans will have two entirely new badass phones titled Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. The standout feature in Mi 10 is the 108-megapixel Penta camera setup. With the Samsung ISOCELL HMX sensor, it promises high-quality photos with excellent details and color.
It will sport a premium glass body with Gorilla Glass 5, giving protection to both sides. Coming back to the cameras, the Mi Note 10 will pack five different ones on the rear, which includes a 12-megapixel portrait camera, a 5-megapixel telephoto camera, a 20-megapixel ultrawide angle camera, a 2-megapixel macro camera along with a humongous 108-megapixel primary camera with f/1.69 aperture. Shutterbugs will find this particularly useful where they will have a variety of options to click, all without switching lenses.
If that were not enough, the front camera would also be a beefy 32-megapixel sensor for super-rich selfies and video calls. The camera will also come equipped with portrait blur adjustment and a low-light photography mode.
The phone will be powered by SnapDragon 865 SoC as per confirmed sources. The storage will be available with two variants, one with 6GB of RAM with 128GB of storage and the other one with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage.
The display will be familiar in design with a 6.47-inch curved full-HD OLED screen outputting 1080x2340 pixels. A powerful 5,260mAh battery will be provided that supports flash charging of 30W. A responsive next-gen in-screen fingerprint scanner will be the default option to unlock the device.
Although there is no confirmed news, rumor has it that the phone will launch around mid-February in the Chinese market followed by a global launch. The phone should release as Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro in the Indian market if the earlier naming convention is followed.
The phone will be stacked with other premium offerings in the segment like OnePlus 7T and Realme X2 Pro. We have no details on the pricing, but the phone should cost around £500 / $650 / INR 43000 depending on the storage options. The "Pro" variant should cost more. This is just speculation; we will keep you posted as soon as any official announcement is out.