Today, Xiaomi Mobile officially entered the Japanese market. At the same time, the first smartphone to come to the Japanese market is the international version of the Xiaomi CC9 series, namely the Mi Note 10. By the way, it was announced for the Chinese market just recently.
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The Mi Note 10 Pro will have three colors of Aurora Green, Glacier White, and Midnight Black. It comes with a fully curved body and sports a 6.47-inch hyperbolic screen. Under the hood, the phone carries the Snapdragon 730G processor. Also, there is a built-in 5260mAh strip-shaped fast charge battery, with a standard 30W flash charge, and more.
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In terms of camera, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro uses the same penta-camera four-flash module as the Xiaomi CC9 Pro. The rear camera consists of an ultra-telephoto lens (supports 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom), a 12MP 50mm classic portrait lens, a 100-megapixel main sensor, a 20MP wide-angle lens (117 ° wide viewing angle), and a super-close macro sensor.
The Mi Note 10 sports a 6.39-inch Samsung custom AMOLED screen. It has an ultra-high screen ratio of 91%. This machine adopts the seventh-generation screen fingerprint recognition technology. Apart from the latter, it also supports NFC, infrared remote control, and comes with Hi-Res audio authentication. It is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor and supports Game Turbo 2.0. The built-in 4030mAh large battery supports 18W charge. The main camera has a 48-megapixel resolution lens, while the front-facing 32-megapixel lens has a 1.6-micron large pixel.
In terms of price in Japan, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 6+128GB comes at 52800 yen (about $487), 8 + 256GB (Note 10 Pro) costs 64800 yen (about 4597). And it will be available through Amazon on December 16.