As the global variant of the camera-centric Mi CC9 Pro, Xiaomi has launched the Mi Note 10 in Spain. Alongside the standard model, the company has also introduced Mi Note 10's Pro variant.
Both the handsets share the same design and features while packing slightly different hardware to justify the Pro and non-Pro distinctions.
Here are all the differences.
Design and display
Mi Note 10 v/s Note 10 Pro: At a glance
Both the Note 10 and Note 10 Pro share the same design and display featuring an HDR10-certified 6.47-inch full-HD+ screen. The AMOLED display, which comes with an integrated fingerprint reader, is slightly curvy on the edges and has a U-shaped cut-out on top to house the front-facing camera.
On the rear, the glass chassis houses a penta-lens camera and a couple of LED units.
Both phones pack the same camera optics
Both Mi Note 10 models offer a penta-lens rear camera comprising a mighty 108MP main sensor, paired with 20MP ultra-wide-angle sensor, 12MP portrait lens, 5MP lens, and 2MP macro sensor.
However, the main sensor on Mi Note 10 has a 7P lens against the 8P lens on the Pro model.
On the front, both phones house a 32MP (f/2.0) camera.
Under the hood
Under the hood, both phones come with a Snapdragon 730G octa-core processor and a 5,260mAh battery with 30W fast-charging support. They also run Android Pie-based MIUI 1 out-of-the-box.
However, the Mi Note 10 comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage while the Pro model justifies a higher price tag with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
The Mi Note 10, available in a single 6GB/128GB configuration, costs 549 euros (roughly Rs. 43,200). On the other hand, the Mi Note 10 Pro comes with an 8GB/256GB setup and is priced at 649 euros (approximately Rs. 51,000).