Prominent smartphone producing company Xiaomi has officially entered the Japanese market, today. The company held a product launch conference in the country, releasing a set of products, including the Mi Note 10 smartphone, the Mi Band 4 smartband, a smart rice cooker, Mi-branded power-banks, as well as 20-inch suitcases and more.
According to the reports, the Mi Note 10 Pro will come in three colors: Aurora Green, Glacier White, and Midnight Black. The smartphone will come with a 6.47-inch hyperbolic screen, a Snapdragon 730G processor. And what about the battery, the smartphone will be built-in 5260mAh strip-shaped fast charge battery (charges up to 58% in 30 minutes).
In terms of camera, the Mi Note 10 Pro uses the same Penta-camera four-flash module as the Xiaomi CC9 Pro. The rear camera consists of an ultra-telephoto camera, a 12MP 50mm classic portrait lens, a 100MP main camera, a 20MP wide-angle camera (117 degrees wide viewing angle). And also it has a super-close macro camera. On the other side, the camera has a 32MP resolution selfie shooter. Moreover, the camera supports the new “14bit super night scene”
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This machine adopts the seventh-generation screen fingerprint recognition technology. Apart from the latter, it also supports infrared remote control. Of course, this handset supports Hi-Res audio authentication. It sports Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor, supports Game Turbo 2.0, built-in 4300mAh large battery, and 18W charger as standard.
And what about the price In Japan, this innovative smartphone’s 6+128GB variant costs 52800 yen ($490), and the 8+256GB (Note 10 Pro) costs 64800 yen ($600). It will be available on Amazon on December 16.