Xiaomi Mi CC 9e spotted on Geekbench
Xiaomi has set up an entirely new brand for some of its upcoming devices. Accordingly, these phones are thought to be called the Mi CC9s (in honor of the company's 9th year as a mobile OEM) series and to be specifically aimed at younger consumers. It is also speculated that there will be 2 variants in this line: the Mi CC9 and CC9e. Today, (July 1, 2019) the latter of these names popped up on the Geekbench website.
According to this potential new leak, the "Xiaomi Mi CC 9e" (as opposed to CC9e, oddly enough) is a device capable of scoring about 1500 in single-core tests and approximately 5400 in multi-core tests. The new benchmarking entries may also reveal the Mi CC 9e's code-name ("trinket"), as well as some of its specs.
Should these scores prove genuine, the Mi CC 9e rocks a Qualcomm processor with an identifier known to be associated with the Snapdragon 660. It apparently does so with an appreciable level of efficacy compared to many of its counterparts of the same SoC, which probably has something to do with the 6GB of RAM some of these other phones may lack.
Geekbench may have also told us that the Mi CC 9e runs Android Pie - although this should be a given for a new device at this point. Nevertheless, it still appears that this potential pre-release phone is still very middle of the range. Perhaps its rumored sibling, the Mi CC non-9e, will be a higher-end proposition.