Chinese leaker Ice Universe recently revealed that Xiaomi would soon launch the Mi Note 10, its first Mi Note series phone since the Mi Note 3. An image showing the phone’s retail box had also surfaced last week, seemingly confirming the marketing name. Now, new evidence confirming the Mi Note 10 moniker has surfaced as the upcoming smartphone has been certified by the NBTC. Along with the Mi Note 10, the NBTC has also granted certification to the Mi Note 10 Pro.
Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro Launch Imminent?
The Mi Note 10 variant certified by the NBTC carries the M1910F4G model number, while the Mi Note 10 Pro has been certified with the model number M1910F4S. As is usually the case with NBTC certifications, however, the listings do not tell us anything more about the upcoming smartphones. Recently, the model number M1910F4G belongs to Mi Note 10 has already passed IMDA and EEC certifications which we can expect the launch in South Asia and European countries.
Xiaomi’s Mi Note 10 and Mi Note 10 Pro are expected to be flagship-grade smartphones, so we can expect them to feature Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 or the newer 855+ chipset under the hood. They may also feature a 90Hz display, although this hasn’t been confirmed yet. There is no word yet on exactly when the two phones will be made official.
As mentioned earlier, Xiaomi’s last Mi Note series phone was the Mi Note 3, which was launched in September 2017. The phone featured a 5.5-inch Full HD resolution display and was powered by a 14nm Snapdragon 660 chipset under the hood. Some of its other key features included dual 12MP rear cameras, 16MP selfie camera, and a 3,500mAh battery with 18W fast charging. Needless to say, the Mi Note 10 is likely to be a massive upgrade over the Mi Note 3 in every single area.