The Malaysian launch of the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 has been confirmed to be happening on the 3rd of December 2019, with the penta-camera device to be the first smartphone in the world to feature an ultra high-resolution 108MP camera.
For those of you that can’t wait till then, the Mi Note 10 is essentially the global version of the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, which is available in China—you can pick up a grey import set from a reputable reseller. But now, Xiaomi Malaysia is looking for 100 Mi Fans to become “Mi Experiencers” for the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro—likely to be a better-specced variant of the Mi Note 10.
Select users will be given the phone to test and review for 2 weeks, with registrations now open till the 29th of November. However, it’s worth noting that not everyone who signs up will be able to join the Mi Experiencer program, with the terms and conditions below:
- 100 participants will be chosen to experience the Mi Note 10 Pro on a RANDOM basis.
- Participants are required to take good care of the experience unit during the whole experience period. Any visible damages on surface or damaged unit, you would need to take full responsibility and you are required to purchase it at RRP.
- Once selected, participant are required to pay a RM 500 deposit (refundable) before collecting the experience unit.
- Xiaomi Malaysia reserve the rights to take legal action against the participants and even forfeited the RM 500 Deposit if:
a) Participant did not return the experience unit on time.
b) Deposit shall be forfeited due to visible scratches or damages on the surface or unit damaged upon return.
c) Deposit shall be forfeited if the participants did not follow the rules.
To recap, the Mi Note 10 Pro could possibly come with better internals than the Mi Note 10 aka the Xiaomi CC9 Pro—that features a 6.47″ dual-curved Full HD+ OLED display with a 32MP selfie camera on a tiny notch. At the rear, it has a 108MP f/1.69 main camera, a 5MP telephoto lens with 5X optical zoom, a 12MP telephoto camera with 2x optical zoom, a 20MP ultra wide-angle shooter, and a dedicated macro lens.
Meanwhile, the Note 10 has a 5,260mAh battery that can be charged via USB-C, with a 30W fast charger and it also comes with NFC and IR blaster support. To sign up for the Mi Experiencer program, click here.
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