The Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi is quite serious with its Redmi line up smartphones in 2019. The brand has brought various ranges of phones starting from the cheapest to the expensive ones such as Redmi K20 Pro. However, the original Mi series consists of the Mi A3 Android One phone. Having said that it is going to be joined by the Mi Note 10. As per the latest tweets, the Mi Note 10 is reportedly going to be launched in India and this is going to be the best camera phone so far from Xiaomi.  Not only this but also the Twitter page of Xiaomi India have released an official teaser. In that teaser, it used the only emojis for showing 108 MP followed by ‘Coming Soon’. Apart from this, no other information has been shared by Xiaomi. Mi Note 10 is also known as Mi CC9 Pro in China. The phone is currently available in its home markets along with a 108 MP camera. In the Twitter post, Xiaomi has not mentioned any name of the phone but by seeing the 108 MP camera its is clear that Mi Note 10 is going to be launched soon here. However, no such specific date has been announced by the brand but it could launch the phone in December.

In terms of the price, Mi Note 10 is going to be the third most premium phones available in India from Xiaomi after Redmi K20 as well as Redmi K20 Pro. But the upcoming phone is slightly different as it will be featured with Snapdragon 730G chipset, a Penta rear camera set up, a 6.4 inches curved edge AMOLED display along with Full HD+ resolution as well as MIUI 11 as the operating system. The users will be getting 108 MP of main camera which uses the Samsung ISOCELL HMX Bright sensor along with 7P lens featuring a 12 MP telephoto camera along with 2x zoom, 20 MP wide-angle camera with 117 degree field of view, a 5 MP telephoto  camera with 5x optical zoom as well as a 2 MP macro camera with a focal length of 1.5cm. The brand is also planning to show Mi Mix Alpha concept phone in India with Mi Note 10 which features 108 MP of the camera at the back panel. However, it will attract buyers with its endless wraparound display.