Xiaomi this week unveiled the new Note 10 for overseas users, saying it will feature a 100-megapixel CMOS, and there is widespread speculation that the Note10 is the overseas model of the CC9 Pro, which was released in China on November 5. With the advent of the box and the GeekBench 5 running score, the Xiaomi Note 10 is more solid and should be equipped with the Dragon 730 chip.
However, details of the configuration shared by foreign whistleblowers show that the Xiaomi Note 10 and CC9 Pro do not appear to be exactly the same, and that there is a more robust Xiaomi Note10 Pro.
According to the revelations, the Xiaomi Note 10 is equipped with a Dragon 730G processor, 6-128GB of storage (UFS2.1), with a 6.4-inch AMOLED screen, rear 1080MP 16MP plus 12MP (2x zoom) three-camera, front 32 million self-timer lens, battery capacity of 4000mAh, 30W fast charge capacity. In addition, infrared, NFC, 3.5mm headphone holes are also available.
As for the Xiaomi Note10 Pro, the configuration is more exaggerated, the processor upgraded to the Dragon 855 Plus, the screen is 6.7 inches 90Hz refresh rate, the rear camera telephoto support 5 times light change, fast charge up to 40W, the same complete retention infrared, NFC, 3.5mm headphone hole, and storage UFS 3.0.
Frankly, the Note10 Pro’s specifications are rather exaggerated, even surpassing the Xiaomi 9 Pro.