The Mi Note 10's penta camera setup on the back is stacked vertically on the top left corner.
Xiaomi is gearing up for the launch of the Mi CC9 Pro in China. Also, at least two of the lenses on the CC9 Pro will have optical image stabilization (OIS), which means we should expect that in the Mi Note 10 as well. Xiaomi will launch the Mi Note 10 in Madrid, Spain on November 6 and it will then possibly launch the same phone in Poland on November 14 - which makes November 6 the day, the Mi Note 10 goes worldwide.
From renders that have surfaced online, we also saw that the phone does not have a pop-up selfie camera, and instead uses a waterdrop notch. Since the camera offering on the Mi Note 10 is already pretty attractive, it's possible Xiaomi will up the processor, RAM or display on the Pro version. Considering the features, you would expect the device to cost close to Dollars 999 but knowing Xiaomi's aggressive pricing, we expect the device to cost around the USD 700 mark. The company has said the new smartphone would push the camera setup -including ultra-wide-angle, super macro, 108MP camera, telephoto camera - to a whole new level. It sports a 16-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.
The Note 10 is expected to pack a 6.47-inch curved OLED display with full HD+ resolution support. Besides, Xiaomi recently revealed details of all the five cameras that the upcoming Mi Note phone will offer. The CC9 Pro will also have an in-display fingerprint scanner and Hi-Res Audio. The phone is expected to come powered by Snapdragon 730G octa-core chipset. There is a 5000mah battery with support for 5V/ 2A (10W) fast charging.