Xiaomi looking ready to launch the Mi Note 10 series

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Xiaomi looking ready to launch the Mi Note 10 series
Xiaomi looking ready to launch the Mi Note 10 series

So somewhere in between last week a famous leaker who goes by the name of @iceuniverse, tweeted that one of the biggest brands in modern day technology, Xiaomi will be reviving its Mi Note-series at the end of October and this has really lighted up the world of many Xiaomi users especially those who loved the previous Note phones by the Xiaomi. It should be remembered that the last smartphone launched by the company in this lineup,the Note lineup was launched back in 2017, the successor of this device however was not launched and another shock came in the month of June this year when the manufacturers of these devices announced there product line strategy in which it was decided and announced that the Mi Note-series and the Mi Max-series will not be getting new models.

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However,the latest leak has changed things by a few notches, the tweet made by the famous leaker suggests a pretty different story. A twitter user @TechytMr recently shared Mi Note 10’s retail box giving us further evidence that the company is in the works of reviving the Mi Note Series. The smartphone will be called the Mi Note 10, that is a big jump from Mi Note 3, but there is still no information on what significance the new model will have in the series.

In addition to things,the retail box in the picture does not give us any more information and does not reveal any specification details but it is expected to be a flagship model quite like the Mi Note 2. Mi Note 3 was more of an upper mid-range smartphone.Apart from this, the company are also expected to launch the Mi CC9 Pro by the end of the month. The smartphone is expected to feature a 108 MP camera sensor that was found in the recently launched Mi Mix Alpha. According to a Chinese blogger @DigitalChatStation, the CC9 Pro will not follow Xiaomi’s tradition of price-performance ratio.

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