Xiaomi customers have yet a new addition to the manufacturer’s premium devices just days after the famous Tech-October and before the curtains finally comes down on 2019. The manufacturer has gained traction in recent years and finally earned the right to inclusion on every smartphone shoppers list, who are keep to get devices that both spell value and affordability. With the unveiling of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 in Madrid today, Mid-rangers are definitely on the lookout for something that’s close to the likes of galaxies without necessarily inheriting their price tags.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Specifications
Breaking limits with a 108Megapixel Camera
I’ve been a bit hesitant to credit large camera sensors with best quality photos, simply because there’s quite a ton of aspects that need to be achieved for picture-perfect sensor. While the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is breaking the limits by stretching its camera sensor beyond a hundred border line, we are a bit skeptic whether it will rival or surpass the majestic Galaxies or Superior iPhones on the horizon. But the phone maker has gone beyond its comfort zones to venture in a territory previously prevailed by the industry leaders. It houses a penta-camera setup that promises superior detail photos and more. There’s a 12megapixel, 40megapixel cameras complementing the 108MP sensor. We also expect the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 to capture steady videos even without a tripod thanks to optical image stabilization. Selfie lovers will be thrilled to get a 32Megapixel sensor on the phone’s front.
Xiaomi has excelled in producing some of the best designed phones in the industry with attractive color choices and the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is not an exception, it includes Aurora green, Glacier White and Midnight Black on the shelf. The front panel is almost completely covered by the display panel except for the notch housing the selfie camera. The device comes with what Xiaomi calls an Arc AMOLED display panel that stretches 6.47 inches with a 3D curved glass featuring rounded corners and tempered edges.
Always on display is now a core feature on the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 with some interesting design choices of what to put on your panel. The notification light is now within the display panel rather than having an independent LED at the top of the display panel. Basically the display panel lights up in several colors when there’s a pending notification courtesy of MIUI 11.
The possibility of having two clocks both representing different time Zones will definitely fancy travelers across the world with an option to having the home clock and the other with time zone from their destination.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 comes with a Snapdragon 730G processor coupled with 6GB memory and 128GB internal storage with a massive 5260mah battery that supports a 31w fast charger that’s included in the box.
Price in Kenya
Prices are expected to start from Ksh. 63,000 here in Kenya and should start appearing anytime once it becomes globally available.