On November 5, Xiaomi launched the mi CC9 Pro for Chinese users and brought its global version a day later on November 6 as Mi Note 10. Both editions conclude the same specifications except for some storage options. The key highlight is the Mi Note 10 5x Camera (Penta-camera) system with 108MP primary sensor along with 4 others.
In others, it installs a 20 MP wide-angle lens with 117-degree FOV, a 12MP portrait lens, a 5MP sensor and a 2MP dedicated macro camera. The selfie camera rates at 32 MP f/2.0 sensor.
Since its launch, there are some camera doubts in the mind of the audience. But now, the company has just posted an explanation on its Weibo account. It is a lengthy post to describe the basic differences among Mi Note 10 cameras as how the sensors can produce different results from different angles.
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As shown above, users can capture the same frame by moving further. It ensures the distance, object and the background unchanged.
Furthermore, users will use the 25mm equivalent lens on the primary 108MP sensor. As when as you jump to the 2x telephoto lens, the focus length will be 50mm. It means you will have to step back to capture the same object in focus.
With regard to the 5x camera, you need to take more steps back. As displayed in the pictures, the difference between the photos clicked through the lens is apparent.
Moreover, we should also note the fact that telephoto lens provides pictures with a better look. This is because the wide-angle lens doesn’t distort the faces. Alongside, some of the features are not so prominently portraited and exaggerated.