Xiaomi will soon revive its Mi Note series of smartphones. That is according to words from Famous leaker @Universeice earlier this month. While it has yet to be officially confirmed, the retail box of the purported Xiaomi Mi Note 10 leaked online, and it now seems the device’s official launch isn’t far off as it has now secured Thailand’s NBTC approval.
Interestingly, Thailand’s NBTC has no information for us in the way of specs, but thanks to the listing, we know that the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is real, and could be debuting in no distant time. Alongside the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 with the M1910F4G model number, the NBTC also gave its nodding to a second Mi Note smartphone dubbed – the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro. Yes, that’s right, the Mi Note 10 will be getting a pro variant too.
There have been back and forth reports as to whether or not the Chinese brand will be revitalizing its Mi Note series years after we last saw an updated Mi Note smartphone. But with the spate of leaks, and even the present certification, it is apparent we would see the device sooner than we think.
Mi Note 10
The Mi Note smartphones once represent Xiaomi value for money phablet lineup. It usually pitches it against the Note series from Samsung, and maybe the Mate series of Huawei smartphones. Although we do not have any concrete info of the spec sheet of the upcoming device, there indications the Xiaomi Mi Note10, and Mi Note 30 Pro will come with the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ SoC, with 120 Hz of refresh rate, while there are also talks of a 5x zoom telephoto camera and a handy 50x digital.
No leakster has shield light on the device’s launch date, though there are speculations it will and land later this month. So hold your breath.