Scheduled for worldwide release on November 14, the new Mi Note 10 has been the target of constant rumors and leaks. We recently saw that most of the handset specifications were listed on a benchmark platform.
Now, taking advantage of the five-camera phone has caught the attention of the public, the Chinese giant decided to confirm the photographic specifications of the device. The first major highlight goes to the 108 MP sensor, which was developed in partnership with Samsung.
According to Xiaomi, it should guarantee photos with a great deal of detail, with the “secondary lens” carrying 20 MP and should be used for wide shots.
In the image, it is also possible to see that the tertiary lens is 12 MP and will be used for depth effect, while the fourth lens is 5 MP and must guarantee 5x or 50x optical zoom in digital mode.
Last but not least, we also have a 2 MP macro camera. This entire photo set should work with the Snapdragon 730G processor, 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.
However, despite the leaks, Xiaomi has not yet offered a price forecast for the device. So we can only wait for the official release of the device, and the Chinese version ( CC9 Pro ) can give a good indication of how much the Mi Note 10 can cost.
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