Xiaomi has just launched the global variants of its Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro phones in Spain with the world’s first 108MP rear penta-camera onboard. The global variant looks identical to its Chinese variant Mi CC9 Pro that was launched just a day ago.
Mi Note 10, Mi Note 10 Pro: Key Specifications and Features
Some of the notable features of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 phones include waterdrop-notch OLED display, in-display fingerprint scanner, and curved edges. The Note 10 packs a lot of punch with a Snapdragon 730G processor, 6GB RAM, and a massive 5,260mAh battery.
In contrast, the Note 10 Pro ships with an 8P lens on the 108MP camera, 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
Mi Note 10, Mi Note 10 Pro: Price, Colour Variants, and Availability
On the pricing front, the Mi Note 10 is priced at EUR 549 (Rs. 43,200 approx.) for the 6GB RAM + 128GB variant. The Note 10 Pro is a bit pricey at EUR 649 (Rs. 51, 000 approx.) for the 8GBRAM + 256GB storage configuration.
Both the phones will be available in Midnight Black, Aurora Green, and Glacier White colour variants in Spain and Italy starting 15 November and in France from 18 November. Prospective buyers in Germany may pre-order these phones from 11 November and then followed by UK, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg.
Mi Note 10: India Price and India Release Details
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 has a tentative India release date set for December 2019 with a starting price of Rs. 25,990 for the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage variant. It is expected to arrive in Black, Blue and Green colour options for the India launch.
Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro: Full Specifications and Features
On the camera front, there is a marginal difference between the Mi Note 10 and its Pro version. The former features a 7P lens while the latter sports an 8P lens.
The phones feature a 108MP main camera with an f/1.69 aperture and four-axis optical image stabilisation (OIS). The primary camera is supported by a 20MP wide-angle camera with a 117-degree field of view and a 12MP telephoto lens.
Apart from the camera, the two phones differ in their RAM and storage options. A 5MP telephoto lens is paired with a 2MP macro camera with an f/2.4 aperture for taking up-close stills. The zoom feature on these cameras is quite handy with 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom, and 50x digital zoom.
Furthermore, photography enthusiasts can indulge in 4K video capture at 30fps along with a host of dedicated tweaks like slo-mo HD video capture at up to 960fps, dedicated night mode 2.0 and portrait blur adjustment.
There is also a 32Mp front-facing selfie camera with a plethora of eye-candy features like AI Beauty, AI Portrait, Palm Shutter and more.
Both the Mi phones run on dual-SIM (Nano) and powered by the MIUI 11 native interface. Additionally, they support the in-display fingerprint sensor and 30W fast-charging capability to complete a full charge in just 65 minutes.
Coming to the display, both the phones pack a 6.47-in full HD+ OLED display running at 1080×2340 pixels resolution at a pixel density of 398ppi. Other display features include TUV Rheinland certification, the max brightness level of 600nits (HBM) and a dynamic contrast ratio of 400000:1.
The phones portray a premium look and feel as the rear panel features a 3D curved glass construction with rounded corners and smooth edges. Despite featuring a massive 256GB of onboard storage, these phones lack support for microSD expansion slots.
On the connectivity front, they include support for 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type-C port, 3.5mm audio jack, GPS/A-GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo.