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Xiaomi officially announces the Mi Note 10 with five cameras and a 108 MP shooter

The Mi Note 10 is coming. (Source: Xiaomi)
The Mi Note 10 is coming. (Source: Xiaomi)
Now there are two of them. Just yesterday, we received word of the Mi CC9 Pro, with the upcoming phone confirmed to sport five rear cameras, one of which will be a 108 MP sensor. Xiaomi has now announced yet another device, the Mi Note 10, with similar camera specifications.

Last week, we started receiving reports of an incoming Mi Note 10, with the device's packaging being spotted online. A few hours ago, Xiaomi officially announced the device.

The announcement tweet manages to not reveal much about the Mi Note 10. All it does is tell us that the phone will feature the new 108 MP ISCOCELL Bright HMX. That sensor debuted on the Mi Mix Alpha and, just yesterday, there was confirmation that it would also see use on the Mi CC9 Pro. The announcement tweet also confirms that the Mi Note 10 will sport a penta-camera setup. Five rear cameras, likely.

Both revealed details may sound familiar, and with good cause. The Mi CC9 Pro will also feature a similar penta-lens setup with the main shooter being the 108 MP ISOCELL Bright HMX. That raises the question, of course, of what relationship exists between the two devices. Is the Mi Note 10 a global version of the Mi CC9 Pro? No one knows, although the fact that the Mi CC9 Pro sports a curved display may just allude to that.

We probably won't have to wait for much longer, in any case. The CC9 Pro will be unveiled on November 5. The announcement tweet says nothing about the Mi Note 10's launch date, but we bet it isn't far off.


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Ricci Rox, 2019-10-29 (Update: 2019-10-29)