Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Rumoured To Be Launched Soon

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The Xiaomi Mi Note series of smartphones that were stopped recently, could be making a comeback in the near future. This could be through the Mi Note 10.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The Xiaomi Mi Note series of smartphones that were stopped recently, could be making a comeback in the near future. This is because new rumours now point at the series making a second coming with a new smartphone by the end of October 2019. This could offer Xiaomi Mi loyalists lots to cheer about. At this juncture, the Redmi series has been making the most noises as far as witnessing newer smartphones are concerned. There have been an increased number of phones under the Redmi sub-branding, of late.  

Xiaomi Mi Note 10 rumours

Now, as per noted technology tipster going by the Twitter moniker, Ice Universe has tweeted that Xiaomi would bring back the Mi Note flagship smartphone series. This would also apparently witness the launch of Mi Note 10 high-end handset. The high-end smartphone is also speculated to be launched by the end of October 2019. Check out Ice Universe’s tweet, hinting at the Mi Note 10 flagship smartphone. Netizens also have mixed reactions regarding this speculation. 


 

 

In related Xiaomi updates, the Redmi Note 8 Pro would be launched in India on 16 October. Post-release, the high-end smartphone would be an Amazon India exclusive. There is a new teaser by Amazon in this regard as well. Check out the teaser, here.  USP of this Redmi phone is its 64MP rear camera and its Liquid-Cooled technology. This handset also theoretically doubles up as a gaming smartphone. Pricing of this smartphone could be below Rs 20000. This could be yet another USP of the handset, post-release. 

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