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Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro with Snapdragon 730G, 108MP sensor slated to go on sale in China on Nov 11

Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro with Snapdragon 730G, 108MP sensor slated to go on sale in China on Nov 11

Another day, another Xiaomi smartphone is on the verge of launch. I am talking about the new Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro which is also known as Xiaomi Mi Note 10 outside China and features some of the mind-boggling specs you’ll find on a smartphone.

First up, the device draws attention thanks to the inclusion of a massive 108MP sensor which we have seen in a couple of smartphones and yet, it remains a rare instance. The phone that will be launched in the upper mid-range category borrows a few details in terms of design from Huawei P30 Pro while professing its own high-end specs. Talking about the pricing, BGR India reports that the device will be available in three storage variants i.e. 6+128GB available at RMB 2,799 or INR 27,990/-; 8+128GB variant will be available at RMB 3,099 or Rs 30,990/-, and finally, the larger and exclusive 8+256GB variant will be available at RMB 3,499 or Rs 34,990/-.

About the release date, the device is slated to go on sale on November 11 in China and as said, packs some of the most alluring specs on-board. Talking about its camera setup, it is the second after Nokia 9 PureView to get a Penta-camera setup populated with a 5x telephoto lens, 12MP portrait lens, a massive 108MP Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor along with 4-axis OIS and an aperture of f/1.47 flanked with a 2MP macro and finally, a 20MP ultrawide sensor with a 117° FoV on-board. 

In fact, the device has already proven its caliber on the DxOMark with a rating of 121 which it shares with Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

Next up, talking about its specs sheet, the device will run on the upclocked Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G which we have already seen with Oppo Reno 2 as well. The device will have a 6.47-inch FHD+ AMOLED panel and will run on MIUI 11. The device sports a massive 5,260 mAh battery flanked with a 30W fast charging speed capable of juicing up the battery in just 65 minutes which is a great feat considering the fact that the device comes with the largest battery size in the Xiaomi smartphone lineup.

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