The CC9 Pro, Xiaomi’s mid-range camera intermediate for the Chinese market, also sold globally as the Note 10 (Pro), challenges high-end competitors in terms of zoom performance.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra is in the spotlight with its 108-mega pixel camera and stunning magnification; But you probably know that the Note 10 was the first smartphone to introduce Samsung’s giant sensor to the mobile world. Xiaomi’s camera-centric camera, along with a 108-mega pixel camera, also offers users up to 3.7x optical zoom and macro shooting.
Efficiency and performance
The Note 10 is powered by a Snapdragon 730G processor, which is actually an improved version of the Snapdragon 730 and offers 15% better graphics processing power than its sibling. The Snapdragon 730G is made with Samsung’s 8nm LPP Production process; Therefore, it probably has an optimal performance in terms of energy consumption. The Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 730G can be considered a competitor to the Crane 810, which is used in the high-end interfaces of Huawei and Honor.
The Note 10 scores excellently on almost all of our benchmarks for the ideal mid-range phone, and satisfies the rest of us. The Maynet 10 pentagons are unique in its kind and in ideal lighting conditions, it generally takes spectacular photos with all five modules. The Note 10 AMOLED display displays accurate colors and clear images, and its giant battery promises nearly two days of charging in everyday use. On the other hand, the Snapdragon 730G processor, although no longer Qualcomm’s best mid-range module, still performs poorly in most cases.