Whenever there is a technological innovation taking place, there will be people who’d appreciate it, and then there would be those who would be ready to mock as well. Turns out that the same has been happening with the recently launched Xiaomi Mi Note 10 smartphone. The device is the world’s first penta-camera smartphone with a massive 108MP primary sensor. Though the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 holds that title, it is actually the rebranded variant of the Mi CC9 Pro only, so it’s more or less the same thing. Recently, Fujifilm China, a well-known brand when it comes to cameras and photography, in general, has given a “warm welcome” to the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. The text is translated from Chinese and it says –
[Google translated] 100 million pixels: Welcome new members!
Fujifilm China welcomes/mocks the Mi Note 10
The intent behind the company’s statement is amusingly not that clear as it is followed by a picture the company has shared alongside.
As seen in the image, Fujifilm China has taken a shot of the Mi Note 10 poster and compared the primary sensor of the device with the massive Fujifilm GFX100 sensor. This could either be the company’s way to congratulate Xiaomi for being able to pull off a camera beast or it could be a way to mock the “big” sensor being utilized in the Mi Note 10. In either of the two cases, the Mi Note 10 camera appears to be “dwarfed”. As a matter of fact, our source has some pretty interesting set of theories (including a conspiracy theory) for the situation and you might want to check that out as well.
Just to refresh your memory about the Mi Note 10, the device comes with a 6.47-inch OLED display giving out a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and a pixel density of 396 pixels per inch (ppi). Both the front and rear of the Mi Note 10 come protected with Gorilla Glass 5 protection.
As far as the camera capabilities of the device are concerned, there is no denying the fact that the Mi Note 10 is one of the best camera smartphones out there. With an impressive Penta (108MP + 20MP + 12MP + 8MP +2MP) camera setup and a 32MP selfie snapper, beating the Mi Note 10 (with performance, not with mere posters) is not going to be easy, especially when the price tag the Mi Note 10 is being offered at is taken into consideration.
Under the hood, the Mi Note 10 comes powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset which is coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage which can further be expanded by up to 512GB with the help of an external SD card. This expansion becomes all the way more logical when we consider the fact that the shots taken from the Mi Note 10 camera will require a lot of space.
Moving on to the battery of the device, the Mi Note 10 is fueled with a big 5170 mAh battery which has support for 30W of fast charging.
All this leads us to the question as to whether or not the Mi Note 10 deserves to be mocked. What are your thoughts on the same? Do let us know in the comments section below.