Xiaomi launches world’s first phone with 108-megapixel camera as standard
Chinese manufacturer’s high-end Mi Note 10 will be available in Europe shortly
Chinese consumer electronics manufacturer Xiaomi has confirmed that its Mi Note 10, the first commercial phone with a 108-megapixel camera, will go on sale in Europe later this month.
The phone, which has a five-camera system on the rear coupled with Samsung’s 108-megapixel sensor, was launched as the CC9 Pro in China yesterday.
It goes on sale in Germany on November 11, and in Italy, Spain and France a week after. There is no confirmation yet of a launch date in other countries, including the UK.
Phones with 48 and 64-megapixel sensors are widely available, but a 108-megapixel sensor is a significant leap.
The 6GB+128GB version of the Mi Note 10 will cost €549 ($608) for the Mi Note 10, while the 8GB+256GB version is set to retail for €549 ($720).
Other key features include a 6.47-inch Super AMOLED full HD+ display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor and wired fast-charging.
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