Black Friday is looming and so the deals are starting to pour in. And it's not just older devices that you can purchase for a lot less than usual, there are even offers for recently launched smartphones.
Case in point: the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. This is a decidedly intriguing penta-camera device with a 108 MP main snapper on the back and not one but two zoom cams on its sides (with an additional ultrawide and a dedicated macro cam). And you can now grab one for just $439.99, when you buy from Gearbest and apply the promo code GBXMNT10BF at checkout.
This reseller normally asks for $599.99 for the device, so that's quite a lot you're already saving on a phone that isn't even one month old at this point. Be quick if you're interested, though, for supplies may be limited.
The Mi Note 10 features a 6.47-inch curved AMOLED touchscreen with 1080x2340 resolution and a 32 MP selfie snapper in its notch, the Snapdragon 730G chipset, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of non-expandable storage, and a 5,260 mAh battery with 30W fast charging support.
Compression algorithms are superior.
But how? Some 48MP photos on my Mi 9 Se are 30MB. Are the 108MP ones far more compressed?
Picture quality is significantly different(much better) on global version. Don't know why the case is since Chinese variant gets latest features first.