Xiaomi recently launched the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 and Xiaomi CC9 Pro. The CC9 Pro is actually for China while the Mi Note 10 is the global version of it. Now, the Xiaomi Co founder, Lin Bin, has confirmed the existence of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro version. He said that this smartphone will be the direct successor of the Xiaomi Mi 9 which was released in February this year.
He didn’t just announced it publicly though, it was in a response to a fan that he exposed it. A fan asked him a question and he replied saying that the upcoming Mi 10 Pro will, in fact, be the successor to the Mi 9 Pro. That’s what we actually know for now, we didn’t know any specifications of the smartphone, he only confirmed it’s existence and nothing more. But since it is the successor of the Mi Note 10, we expect it to come with a more bigger specifications.
The standard Mi Note 10 is speculated to be announced in India soon. Official Xiaomi website in China has removed the Mi 9 smartphone which means it’s successor is around the corner. As per speculations, the smartphone will arrive with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset , 108MP main shooter and will run on the latest MIUI 11 based on Android 10 software. Two Xiaomi smartphone with model numbers: M2001J1E and M2001J1C was recently certified by China’s 3C certification with support for 66W fast charging.
If that is to be the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 & Mi Note 10 Pro, it means that the smartphone will support 66W whooping fast charging technology. All this specifications listed here are just speculated, Xiaomi is yet to unveil the full specifications of this phone. Also, they haven’t revealed the launch date but Lin Bin saying that there will be a Pro version of the Mi Note 10 means that the smartphone is around the corner. Again, removing the Mi 9 from it’s official website in China means as well that the smartphone launch is imminent.