Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro: a camera sample shows what 108MP can do prior to its debut
Mi Community Poland has posted a new photo as part of a Halloween-themed competition geared at appreciating the detail in the high-res image (a link to the relatively large file is found here). On that note, a look at the EXIF data has revealed that it was taken by the Mi Note 10 Pro. This phone is touted as an even more premium version of the Mi CC9 Pro, and to be aimed at non-Chinese markets.
The phone is thought to launch in these regions alongside its non-Pro variant, which in turn is generally accepted to be a re-branded CC9 Pro. Furthermore, it is believed to have the Snapdragon 855+ as an SoC, alongside other high-end specs such as a 90-hertz display. Besides this, the Mi Note 10 Pro has been remarkably quiet in terms of rumors.
Nevertheless, it is now confirmed beyond a doubt that it has an 108MP main camera, thanks to the new leaked image. The Polish-language thread in question has also yielded a screenshot that may serve to demonstrate the photo in question was taken on a mobile device. Therefore, the Mi Note 10 debut should make for an exciting event. However, its forerunner must come first; perhaps it is just as well there is now less than 24 hours to go before this launch.
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