Xiaomi Mi Note 10 To Land in India in January 2020

According to reports the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 will be launched in the Indian market in January 2020 at a price of INR 39999 (about $560). 91mobiles said that the information about the Mi Note 10 has been found in the Xiaomi Indian community.

In the post about the 3rd Global Photography Challenge, the Xiaomi Note 10 was mentioned in the giveaway campaign. And the interface displayed the price of INR 46,832 ($656).

Also Read: Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 pro to release in Malaysia on Dec 3

The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 phone uses five rear cameras: ultra-telephoto camera (supports 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom) + 12MP 50mm classic portrait lens + 100MP main camera + 20MP wide-angle camera 117 ° wide viewing angle + Super close-up macro camera.

In addition to equipped with two optical image stabilization systems. Each optical image stabilization module also has a four-axis motor, which can effectively filter out shakes during handheld shooting. Other than that, the camera supports the new “14bit super night scene”. A non-destructive high-precision algorithm based on the RAW domain brings a photo experience of “Night God”. On the front, the camera has a 32MP resolution. In addition, Xiaomi Note 10 Pro uses an 8P lens.

In terms of hardware, there is a Snapdragon 730G processor as well as a 5260mAh battery supporting 30W fast charging. The phone’s other selling points include a 6.47-inch 2340 × 1080 resolution OLED water drop curved screen design. It has passed German TUV certification and supports color breathing lights with borders. Apart from this, it supports multi-function NFC and infrared remote control functions.

The phone comes pre-installed with MIUI 11 system.
The source says that the price is in US dollars and the selling price in the Indian market should be lower.

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