The Xiaomi Mi Note 10, which will be unveiled on November 14, will arrive with a penta-camera setup on its back. And while Xiaomi hasn't revealed much about the smartphone, the company took to Twitter to detail the phone's camera setup.
The Mi Note 10 will feature a 108MP primary camera which will be joined by a 5MP 5x telephoto, 12MP portrait, 20MP ultrawide angle, and 2MP macro units. These cameras will be accompanied by two dual-LED flash modules placed on their right side.
Since the Mi Note 10 is the global version of the Mi CC9 Pro arriving on November 5 in China, we know that it will come with a 32MP selfie camera, OIS on two cameras and a 5,260 mAh battery with 30W fast charge support.
The CC9 Pro was recently spotted on TENAA with a 6.47" FHD+ OLED display, UD fingerprint reader, and a 2.2GHz octa-core processor which is likely part of the Snapdragon 730G chipset. We will know more about its specs, pricing, and availability on next Tuesday.
Little bit of mechanics will exclude this non sense of multiple camera's. A single larger sensor is better than installing multiple sensors for each camera.