In India, the Redmi Note 8 Pro was launched by Xiaomi in three configurations - Rs.14,999 for the base 6GB RAM + 64GB storage variant, Rs. 15,999 for the 6GB RAM + 128GB version, and the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage configuration. The Mi Note 10 and it's pro variants are successors to the 2017 flagship phablet lineup the Mi Note 3 and the Note 3 pro.
Along with the 108MP primary snapper, the device features four other cameras which make it one of the first penta-camera smartphones from Xiaomi. The new smartphones have been officially revealed at an event in Madrid, Spain. There will also be two options for internal storage: 128GB, and 256GB. The smartphone will only accept Nano sim cards.
The premium version, Mi Note 10 Pro, also brings a 32-megapixel selfie snapper with added features such as AI beauty, AI scene detection, face unlock, panorama selfie, and palm shutter. The display will have a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, with a screen to body ratio of 87.8%. The phone includes Gorilla Glass 5 protection on both back and front.
The smartphone will launch with the 2018 iteration of Google's smartphone os, Android. The Mi Note 10 Pro will be coupled with the latest offerings of the Snapdragon 700 series, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 and the 730G. The chipset is based on the 8-nanometer architecture and will feature 2x2.2 gigahertz Kryo 470 Gold cores and 6x1.8 gigahertz Kryo Silver cores.
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For the first time, Xiaomi has made a decision to go with a Penta-camera setup for the smartphone. The rear camera setup is accompanied by a dual-LED flash.
The Mi Note 10 has also been certified in Singapore, and hence the future availability of Mi Note 10 devices is expected in South Asian countries.
The Mi Note 10 come with 7P lens while the Mi Note 10 Pro sport a 8P lens. It's not the mind-blowing wraparound-screen Mi Mix Alpha that the company showed off earlier this year before you get too excited, but Xiaomi says will also feature the 108-megapixel sensor. It will have support for Bluetooth 5.0 with the latest A2DP, LE and aptXHD driver support for better audio outputs. The phone also supports 30W fast charging support. So, Mi Note 10 and Mi 10 Note Pro coming to India have very thin chances.
However, the phone does also include other lower-resolution sensors on its rear for telephoto portrait, wide-angle landscape, and macro close-up shots - which helped DXOMark give it a high score.