Xiaomi is gearing to launch the Mi CC9 Pro in China on November 5. The Mi CC9 Pro may not be a true-blue flagship phone like the Mi 9, but it’s interesting in many ways. Not only does it bring many industry firsts to a Xiaomi smartphone, the Mi CC9 Pro is also likely to bring the Mi Note lineup back from the dead. The Mi CC9 Pro is expected to be relaunched as the Mi Note 10 in global markets – starting with Spain – on November 6.
As is typical with most phones Xiaomi, the company isn’t waiting until D-day to talk about the Mi CC9 Pro. In fact, we know almost everything about it, from design to core hardware.
Xiaomi’s youth-centric Mi CC series made its debut in China in July with the Mi CC9. The Mi CC series from Xiaomi focuses a great deal on design and cameras – the lineup is the result of a collaboration with Meitu, a company that Xiaomi acquired not long ago. The Mi CC 9 came with a gradient design, a 48MP main camera on the back (with Sony’s IMX 586 sensor) and a 32MP front-facing camera. And with the upcoming Mi CC9 Pro, looks like Xiaomi is looking to take things to an all new level – especially with regards to the cameras.
The Mi CC9 Pro will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 730G processor, Xiaomi has confirmed.