Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi is ruling the market with its catalog of abundance products. It recently unveiled the CC9, CC9e and CC9 Meitu Custom Edition smartphones in China. Rumors were rife that Xiaomi’s phone will be the first to introduce a 108MP sensor in a triple camera setup but CEO Lei Jun has put the rumors to rest by confirming that the Mi CC9 Pro will be unveiled on November 5. The firm might also launch the Mi TV 5 series and an all-new smartwatch.
The device, bearing the model number M1910F4E, appeared on TENAA, shining a light on the specs sheet. However, Mi CC9 Pro naming is likely to remain exclusive to China as Xiaomi’s Facebook page announced that a Xiaomi Mi Note 10 is arriving with five cameras. The Redmi K20 Pro had similar issues.
YouTuber Xiaomishka uploaded a video showcasing the phone’s camera prowess. The zoom looks flawless. Have a look.
Meanwhile, leaks suggest that the phone will sport a 6.4 inches Full-HD+ AMOLED display with a teardrop notch and an in-display fingerprint scanner. It will be powered by the Snapdragon 730G chipset coupled with up to 6GB RAM and 128GB of base storage.
The other two cameras might be 12MP and 20MP sensors. The front camera will be a 32MP shooter. It will run on Android 10 out-of-the-box, along with a 4,000mAh battery. Rumors suggest that the device will be priced at 2,599 yuan (approximately ₹26,000). Stay tuned for more updates, when the phone will finally be unveiled.