As we know, Xiaomi is expected to introduce the new CC9 Pro as its first smartphone with five cameras having a 108MP main sensor. The launch should take place next Tuesday (November 5) in China. The same handset is speculated to be called Mi Note 10 in the international market.
However, it’s now confirmed that the launch of the Note 10 series will not happen on November 5 outside China. This is because Xiaomi Poland has published an invitation calling the public for a release on November 14, i.e. the week after the Chinese event.
The image used by the company is very explanatory and has the custom logo of five cameras, indicating that the launch of the Mi Note 10 will be the highlight of the day. Check out the invitation image above.
Taking the opportunity, the Xiaomi also published two images showing the zooming capability of the new Mi Note 10. This is because the device must be made official with a telephoto lens that offers 5x optical zoom, while digital up to 50x.
See below the sample images captured from Mi Note 10. The photo was taken in the Alfama district in Lisbon, Portugal:
Remember that the Mi Note 10 is said to come with Snapdragon 730G processor, 6GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. The device should also have a 6.47-inch AMOLED display and a big 5,260 mAh battery with 30W fast charging.