Xiaomi is getting ready to introduce new tops very soon. After the event in China next Tuesday, the brand will hold a European event in Poland on the 14th, where will be presented the Xiaomi Mi Note 10. This is one of the smartphones that has given more talk, thanks to its five cameras rear.
However, until now we didn’t know any more details about these cameras, besides their impressive 108MP sensor and up to 50x zoom. Thanks to an official image published by the brand, we finally got to know the specifications of the 5 rear cameras.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 will be synonymous with super quality and versatility.
According to the information revealed by the image, the photographic specifications of the Mi Note 10 will be really impressive. This smartphone will be able to offer a fantastic experience, both in quality and versatility.
As previously confirmed, your main camera will have a 108MP sensor (Samsung ISOCELL Bright S4KHMX). The surprises are in the remaining four cameras, which will guarantee a performance well above average:
- 20MP Sensor (Sony IMX350) with Ultra Wide-Angle Lens
- 12MP sensor (Samsung S5K2L7) perfect for portraits (bokeh effect)
- 5MP sensor (Omnivision OV08A10) with telephoto lens capable of 50x zoom
- 2MP sensor with super macro lens
Of course, not always impressive specifications on paper end up in daily use. However, the many photographs taken by the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 that have circulated so far promise very impressive results.
Details about the sensors were not officially revealed by Xiaomi, but by a Chinese leaker through the Weibo social network.
Alleged specifications of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10
- 6.47 “inch Full HD + OLED display with curved sides
- On-screen biometric sensor
- Notch water drop
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor running 2.2GHz
- 6GB, 8GB and 12GB RAM
- 64GB, 128GB and 256GB internal memory
- 32MP front camera
- 108MP + 20MP + 12MP + 5MP + 2MP Rear Cameras
- Android 9 Pie
- MIUI 11
- 5170 mAh battery
- 30W Fast Charging
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Apple may reportedly discontinue the iPhone XR and iPhone 11 Pro Series at launch of iPhone 12
Apple is all set to announce its next series of iPhone models in October, and while there’s a lot of excitement for the new iPhone 12 series which usually goes with some wallet-sapping experience, there’s also some bad news about the existing models.
According to a twitter account named – iAppleTimes, the iOS gatekeeper will presumably be discontinuing the iPhone XR and the iPhone 11 Pro models once the new iPhones are announced.
The tweet just mentions that Apple will discontinue the current generation iPhones but leaves out a number of important details which is literally weird. But, for starters, this is something Apple has done in the past as well.
Imperatively, what this means is that if Apple does discontinue the iPhone XR and iPhone 11 Pro models, it would just mean the end of their manufacturing. The phones would still continue to be sold worldwide based on the inventory that’s already out and, Apple would continue to honour the warranty on these devices and even support out-of-warranty claims for a few more years.
The report by iAppleTimes is best taken with a grain of salt as the twitter account does not have a track record of getting things right with respect to Apple’s launches. Also, the iPhone 11 Pro series has been fairly successful for Apple if not highly driving their sales especially in a pandemic hit year so discontinuing the model right away would not make any sense.
What is highly expected at the announcement of the iPhone 12 series is merely a price drop for the iPhone 11-series, something that Apple has done every year at the launch of a newer iPhone.
This year, Apple is rumoured to launch four iPhone models as part of the 12-series, two models carrying the “Pro” moniker and two being non-Pro.
Earlier, there have been reports by Ming-Chi Kuo and others that the iPhone 12 would face some delays due to the COVID-19 situation, which had brought Qualcomm and the testing of the 5G modem to a halt. This caused a cascading effect which has led to the iPhone event being delayed to October.
However, Apple is still expected to host an event in September, where rumours suggest, the company would announce the new Apple Watch Series 6 alongside a new iPad.