Xiaomi has launched its latest smartphone, the Mi CC9 Pro in China on Tuesday, November 5, as scheduled. This is possibly the first smartphone that sports a 108MP camera. There are three variants of the new device launched. There are two RAM variants, 6GB and 8GB and the third one is a premium variant that sports a 256GB internal storage.
Now, onto the specifications of the Mi CC9 Pro; The phone’s display is 6.47 inches in size and its an OLED full HD+ display with a screen resolution of 1080x2340 pixels. Some of the other features of the display on this device include 600nits of peak brightness, a contrast ratio of 400000:1 and a pixel density of 398ppi. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 730GSoC is the processor fitted under the hood. The RAM comes in two variants, 6GB and 8GB. The internal storage also has two variants, 128GB and 256GB.
The camera section is obviously the highlight of this new smartphone from Xiaomi. The CC in the moniker itself is supposed to stand for ‘camera-centric’. Topping the penta-camera setup in the rear is a 108MP primary sensor. The supporting cameras include a 20MP wide-angle camera; couple of telephoto lenses, a 12MP short telephoto lens and an 8MP long telephoto lens. Besides these, there is a macro camera. Each of these cameras bring their set of unique features to the table; the wide-angle camera can capture images up to 117° field of view. The short telephoto lens comes with a 2x optical zoom and the long telephoto lens comes with 50x digital zoom. The macro camera is capable of clicking images at a distance of even 2cms. The front camera is 32MP.
The Mi CC9 Pro has an under-display fingerprint sensor to unlock the phone. The battery is also quite huge at 5,260mAh with 30W fast charging support. The phone is equipped with the complete suite of connectivity options and onboard sensors. Dark Night Phantom, Ice and Snow Aurora, and Magical Green are the three colour options.
As mentioned, the Mi CC9 Pro has been released now for the Chinese market and the prices for that market have been announced. The base model, 6GB+128GB costs CNY 2,799 (roughly ₹28,000); the 8GB + 128GB variant will be sold at CNY 3,099 (roughly ₹31,000) and the third, premium edition of the phone that has 8GB of RAM and 256GB of inbuilt storage is priced at CNY 3,499 (roughly ₹35,000). The phones go on sale in China from November 11.