The Mi Note 10 is the global version of the Mi CC9 Pro launched in China, while the Mi Note 10 Pro is the international version of the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition.
The two phones share the Snapdragon 730G chipest and the 6.47" FHD+ AMOLED display with a fingerprint reader underneath and a cutout up top for the 32MP selfie camera.
Around the back, they have a 108MP primary camera joined by a 20MP ultrawide, 5MP telephoto, and 2MP depth sensor units. There's another telephoto camera with a 12MP sensor, which is meant for portrait shots.
The differences between the vanilla and Pro version come down to extra RAM and storage for the latter, as well as an 8P lens for the 108MP camera instead of a 7P assembly.
You can read our full written review of the Mi Note 10 to know more about it, or watch the video review below.
Thanks to Nobita Lim aka worst Finance Minister in the history, TDM should kick him out when we have cabinet reshuffle.
That's quite normal,as it involves tax & duty as well as approval by foreign countries safety test, shipping & forwarding charges & most of all Google will charge theirs for all those Google copyright apps.