Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro with 108MP camera launching Nov 5

Ruben Fields
October 29, 2019

The new visitor bears the Xiaomi M1910F4E model number which is associated with the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro that is set to go official on November 5th in China. For the global market, it appears that Xiaomi will be releasing the device as the Mi Note 10 and it will be their first penta-camera smartphone to feature a high-resolution 108MP main camera. Although the megapixel count may seem excessive, the phones equipped with it will primarily use a technique called pixel-binning to create sharper, brighter 27-megapixel images.

Xiaomi has revealed more camera details on Weibo today, confirming that the phone will have the 108MP main camera, the aforementioned zoom camera (capable of 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom too), a 20MP ultra-wide snapper, a macro camera, and a 12MP camera to assist with portraits.

Alongside the phone, Xiaomi also teased a smartwatch and smart TV.

Xiaomi hasn't exactly been at the forefront of smartphone photography; its phones have impressive specs, but in reality often lag behind top smartphones from other manufacturers.

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Although there is no word about coming to Malaysia yet (but we think it probably would), the only thing that we know is that the revived Mi Note series phone will be getting the world's first 108MP penta-camera setup.

The Mi CC9 Pro teaser reveals four rear cameras, at least one of which is a 108 MP unit. It is a 1/1.33-inch sensor with an aperture rating of f/1.7.

Xiaomi is known for affordable value for money hardware, and something similar will be expected from the Mi Watch as well. The fourth one is a 20-megapixel superwide lens with 117-degree field-of-view.

The Mi CC9 Pro/Mi Note 10 will have three RAM options - 6/8/12 GB, and three memory configurations - 64/128/256 GB. Both devices will also launch on 5 November. "The front of the device will see a 6.47" FHD+ OLED display, with an in-display fingerprint sensor. And that the device will run on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor and MIUI based on Android 10.

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