With the launch date just around the corner, Xiaomi is still not done with releasing more details on the Mi CC9 Pro. There are several details that we already know about the smartphone, but there are other details that are not known.
Furthermore, Xiaomi’s official Weibo account confirmed the chipset that’ll power the Mi CC9 Pro. That chipset is none other than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G SoC. It was further revealed that the phone is coming with a Penta-camera setup, but we already knew that from a leak last week.
Qualcomm announced the Snapdragon 730G during Q2 of this year. It powers many premium-mid-range phones, such as – Samsung Galaxy A80, Realme X2, OPPO Reno 2, and OPPO K5. Also, note that the Snapdragon 730G is the top-shelf highest-performing variant among Qualcomm’s 700 series lineup.
Moreover, since the Mi Note 10 is the global version of the Mi CC9 Pro, it too should be powered by the Snapdragon 730G processor. And do take note for November 14, since that is the day when the Mi Note 10 arrives. Now, a few days ago, a leak reported that the Mi Note 10 Po will house the Snapdragon 855+ Chipset.
Now, while sharing the SoC details, Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun also shared an image that shows the phone’s internals. While also giving us a glimpse of the Penta-camera system.
The Main Selling Point – The Cameras | Xiaomi CC9 Pro
At the top sits a 5MP sensor behind a telephoto lens that features 10x Hybrid Zoom. This telephoto lens is also optically stabilized. Below the telephoto camera sits the portrait camera with a 12MP sensor and a 50mm lens. Next up is the largest of all the cameras – the 108MP sensor. This sensor has a large 1/1.33″ sensor size and f/1.69 aperture along with OIS. The fourth sensor is a 20MP ultra-wide-angle camera followed by a 2MP sensor with a macro lens.
Now, this shouldn’t be a surprise that the selling point of the Xiaomi CC9 Pro is the Camera-system. The company does seem to have gone guns-blazing with the phone. In fact, a few days ago, Xiaomi revealed sample images taken with “Super Night Mode.” The phone’s night mode is known as “14-bit Super Night Scene,” says Lei Jun, which is based on RAW’s lossless high-precision algorithm.
Today, he further shared a collage comparing a night photo taken with the Mi CC9 Pro and another with the iPhone 11 Pro Max.
So, Xiaomi CC9 Pro is set for launch the day after tomorrow, i.e., November 5. It comes with an AMOLED display, an in-display fingerprint reader, and a 5260mAh battery that goes from flat to full in just 65 minutes.
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