Known as the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 globally, the phone packs four more camera sensors on its rear in addition to that 108-megapixel lens. Add the selfie camera on the front, and we’re looking at a phone with six cameras. Apart from the massive mega pixel lens, this device comes with some awesome features and we will be taking a look at them in this review.
The design and display
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 bears more than a passing resemblance to the Huawei P30 Pro – it’s got a big screen with curved edges and a small ‘tear-drop’ notch, a rather large build, and a camera array at the top-left of its rear.
The full dimensions are 157.8 x 74.2 x 9.67mm, and it weighs 208g, so it’s not huge, but it’s a little thick and heavy, which is probably because of the massive battery. The phone feels big in the hand, and the thickness is palpable, although unless you have small hands most of the display is accessible with one hand.
The volume rocker and power button are both on the right edge of the device, and on the bottom are a USB-C port and also a 3.5mm headphone jack – the latter isn’t exactly common in premium devices these days, so fans of wired headphones will be glad of its inclusion here.
The screen is a 6.47-inch AMOLED display, and, as you’d expect with such top-end screen tech, images look fantastic, with great contrast, vibrant colors and masses of detail.
Hardware, Software and Performance
we’ve got the Snapdragon 730G, a mid-range chipset that’s optimized to be great for gaming, but which is weaker in other areas.
The chipset is paired with 6GB RAM which, again, feels on the light side given the specs elsewhere. We would have liked to see at least 8GB, or even 12GB to help process those high-res photos.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 runs Android 9 Pie (which will likely be upgraded soon to Android 10), overlaid with Xiaomi’s own MIUI.
The Xiaomi Mi Note 10 relies on a massive 5,240mAh battery, so it would make sense that battery life is pretty great. The Mi Note 10 also comes with a 30W charger and was able to charge to 100% in one hour and six minutes.
The 108MP main sensor is one of five rear cameras. There’s also a 12MP sensor with telephoto lens, which is mainly for portrait shots, although it supports 2x optical zoom too.
Then there’s a second telephoto lens, this one paired with a 5MP sensor, which allows for 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom.
Camera number four is an ultra-wide lens with a 20MP sensor, which is one of the highest-resolution sensors we’ve seen paired with an ultra-wide lens.
There’s also a 2MP macro camera, which is for close-up shots of things like food or textures.
the front there’s a 32MP camera, although you can’t actually take 32MP shots with it; instead, Xiaomi’s 4-in-1 Super Pixel tech takes a really great-looking 8MP selfie.
Innovative camera tech
No microSD card slot
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