Xiaomi's cheapest phone with 108MP camera closer to release

Ruben Fields
September 21, 2020

Currently, the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Mi CC9 Pro are the only models of Xiaomi that use Samsung's 100MP sensor, co-developed by Samsung and Xiaomi.

There was a report about 2 low-priced Xiaomi mobile phones geared up with 64MP and 108MP cams in the works back in July however absolutely nothing else has actually dripped ever since. As we've mentioned above, the reliable leakster states that the announcement is close.

Xiaomi has started rolling out the latest MIUI 12 update for its budget-friendly smartphone, the Redmi Note 7 Pro, in India. The "Gauguin Pro" might obviously be the one to sport a 108MP main rear shooter partnered with three other cameras. It is supposed to be the cheapest 108MP camera phone from the brand.

Now, a Chinese insider under the nickname Digital Chat Station has published a screenshot of the new Redmi smartphone, which is equipped with a screen with a 144 Hz refresh rate.

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Xiaomi may put the foot on the accelerator for camera maegapixel game. Our last bet is that this could be, in fact, part of the Mi CC series.

Xiaomi offers 108MP quad-camera on Mi 10, Samsung is also offering S20 Ultra and Note 20 Ultra with 108MP cameras. The phone might also logically have a Snapdragon 865 Plus since this chipset has just recently been announced. Rumors say that Xiaomi is working on two models of such kind, codenamed as Gauguin and Gauguin Pro.

The phone is juiced with a large 4500mAh battery and also supports the 30W fast charging. This pricing would make the phone a little bit cheaper than a Mi 10 model.

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