Xiaomi launches the Mi CC9 Pro with a 108 MP camera for just US$400
For the past week or so, much has been said about the Mi CC9 Pro—and Mi Note 10—possibly Xiaomi's most interesting phones in a long while. The Chinese OEM, at en event in China today, finally launched the phone, and it lives up to expectations.
The Mi CC9 Pro features a 6.57-inch FHD+ AMOLED display made by Samsung. Like most Mi-series phones this year, there's an in-display fingerprint reader. The edges of the phone are curved, a first for Xiaomi. There's also a waterdrop notch.
The Mi CC9 Pro's cameras are its biggest selling point. It sports a penta-lens setup, making it the most versatile camera phone in the world. Here are the camera specifications:
- 108 MP main shooter, f/1.7, OIS
- 20 MP ultra-wide-angle shooter, 117-degree FoV
- 8 MP 5x optical zoom telephoto lens, f/2.0
- 12 MP 2x telephoto/portrait lens, f/2.0
- Macro lens, f/2.4
- 32 MP selfie camera, f/2.0
- Quad flash setup
The Mi CC9 Pro is powered by the Snapdragon 730G. It features a 5260 mAh battery with 30 W fast-charge that charges the phone from 0-58% in 30 minutes, and from 0-100% in 65 minutes.
Here are the pricing details:
- 6/128 GB - CNY2,799 ($400/€360)
- 8/256 GB - CNY3,099 ($440/€400)
There's a third model, the Premium Edition. It adds the world's first 8P lens to the 108 MP shooter, and has 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. MSRP? CNY3,499 ($500/€450).
The Mi CC9 Pro will go on sale in China on November 11.