The Mi Note range of Xiaomi, paused since 2017, will be relaunched. This is what the Chinese manufacturer has just announced by confirming the imminent arrival of the Mi Note 10 in Europe, a smartphone with 5 photo sensors on the back.
If the Xiaomi CC9 Pro landed very soon, it will probably change its name to the international market. Its builder has probably decided to rename it to Mi Note 10. The camera should take advantage of a five-fold photo sensor at the back, so one in 108 Mpx.
The Mi Note 10 has 5 sensors on the back and a Snapdragon 730G
The Mi Note 10 will be the first smartphone to feature Samsung's ISOCELL Bright HMX, which is capable of capturing images with a 108MP resolution. In reality, the images are "only" 27 Mpx, since the technology used includes four pixels in one. The smartphone also benefits from four other sensors: an ultra-wide-angle 117 ° of 20 Mpx, a telephoto lens with an optical zoom x5, a module for portraits of 12 Mpx and a last one that can take photos up to at 1.5 cm in macro mode.
SoC side, we expect a Snapdragon 730G, the same that already team Oppo Reno 2 that we tested last week. For the rest, we still know almost everything about the smartphone. Announced at first by Xiaomi for the international market, the device will definitely arrive in France. Yan Liu, Xiaomi's country manager France, has clearly confirmed it on Twitter.
If the CC9 Pro should be presented on November 5 in China, the launch of the Mi Note 10 in Europe should take place the day after. Xiaomi is organizing a conference on November 6 at 11:00 in Madrid. In the process, the launch of Mi Note 10 should also be an opportunity for the manufacturer to unveil a new connected watch, the Mi Watch.
Source: Xiaomi / Twitter