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Mi CC9 Pro Teased to Pack Snapdragon 730G SoC

Mi CC9 Pro Teased to Pack Snapdragon 730G SoC
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The Mi CC9 Pro has leaked several times and Xiaomi has also released a number of official teasers for the phone. At the weekend, Xiaomi announced a series of other teasers in which new details were confirmed. The Mi CC9 Pro has a curved screen with integrated fingerprint sensor, breathable LED side lights and high-resolution audio support. The details of his Penta lens camera were also featured in a recent article. In addition, the phone is powered by the Snapdragon 730G processor.

Xiaomi repeats to Weibo that the Mi CC9 Pro on the 5th of November, so tomorrow, comes on the market. The company has a special registration page on Mi.com in China to measure interest in the phone. The site is littered with teasers, camera examples and photos of the Mi CC9 Pro. The phone is designed for use with the Snapdragon 730G processor with NFC support, a built-in fingerprint sensor and support for high-definition audio.

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As already mentioned, the details of the Penta lens camera were also spiced up. The phone is equipped with a 108 megapixel main camera with a 1.69 aperture and OIS. The highest camera is equipped with a 5-megapixel sensor with 10x hybrid zoom, the second in the series is the 12-megapixel portrait camera with 50 mm, the third is the large 108-megapixel sensor, the fourth is a camera 20 megapixel ultra-wide camera, and the fifth is a 2 megapixel macro lens. The camera samples are characterized by noiseless zoom, extremely wide functions and portrait skills.

The rendering on the registration page shows a drop-style notch on the front, a curved screen on the sides, a penta-lens installation on the back, and a built-in fingerprint scanner on the screen. It is listed to have at least two degraded surfaces: white and green.

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Previously, packaging of a 5,260 mAh battery with a 30-watt quick-charge stand and a 32-megapixel selfie camera was required. The opening ceremony is expected to start tomorrow at 2:00 pm Chinese time (11:30 am Eastern time).

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