Xiaomi's Mi Note 10 Pro has finally become available in Spain today. The phone is basically identical to the non-Pro Mi Note 10, it just comes with more RAM and storage - 8/256GB, compared to the vanilla model's 6/128GB combo. Additionally, the main sensor has an 8P lens compared to 7P. Yes, that is literally it, and no, we don't know why such a small change required it to get the word "Pro" tacked onto its name either.
Anyway, if you're interested, know that its usual selling price in Spain is €649.99. However, right now you can purchase it from FNAC for just €559.99, although this may be a limited time deal. If you'd rather buy direct from Xiaomi's online store, you will pay the full €649.99 amount, but you will receive a €100 coupon for future purchases. That is, if you buy the phone before 11:59pm on January 6.
The coupon will then be valid for purchases on Mi.com/es starting on the 16th day after you received your Mi Note 10 Pro, but you only have 15 days from that point on to redeem it. The Mi Note 10 Pro is available in green and black for now, white is still on the way it seems.
The Mi Note 10 Pro features the world's first 108 MP smartphone camera, and as such it's billed as a photography powerhouse, since on the back it also has not one but two telephoto shooters, an ultrawide, and a dedicated macro cam. A beefy 5,260 mAh battery (with 30W fast charging) will keep the lights on for a long time, while at the helm we find the Snapdragon 730G chipset, rather surprisingly - since the top of the line camera setup might have implied a Snapdragon 855. The handset runs MIUI 11 on top of Android 9 Pie.
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Yes he does amazing reviews and not toe mention Xiaomi's garbage OS for photos. They should have pared it with Snap 855 not 730. The Snap 730 struggles with this camera.