After introducing Mi Mix Alpha as a smartphone with the first 108MP camera, now Xiaomi is reportedly preparing to re-launch the device with similar camera specifications.
Unlike Mi Mix Alpha that carries a triple-camera configuration, the smartphone called Mi Note 10 will be armed by five cameras attached to the back, with the main camera still at 108MP resolution. The last phone to use the Penta-camera config is the Nokia Pureview launched earlier this year.
Xiaomi also confirmed this via their tweet on the Twitter social network.
— Xiaomi #First108MPPentaCam (@Xiaomi) October 31, 2019
However, the Chinese technology company has yet to mention the exact date of launch of the Mi Note 10. Besides the 108MP camera, other specifications are still a mystery.
Citing Gizmochina, speculation is circulating that the Mi Note 10 is a global version of the Mi CC9 Pro. It can be assumed that because the specifications of the Mi CC9 Pro are identical to the Mi Note 10.
Based on the launch poster released by Xiaomi recently, the Mi CC9 Pro also carries a configuration of five rear cameras with a 108MP main camera.
Striking differences will only be seen on the chipset used. Mi CC9 Pro is allegedly going to be equipped with Snapdragon 730G, which incidentally is a middle-class chipset.
The Mi CC9 Pro will certainly launch on November 5 in China. Meanwhile, based on rumours, the Mi Note 10 will be launched around mid or late November, after the launch of the Mi CC9 Pro.
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