Xiaomi isn’t waiting until D-day to reveal nearly everything about its upcoming Mi CC9 Pro phone which is expected to break cover in global markets as the Mi Note 10. Xiaomi has already revealed the back design of the phone and given out its key camera aspects – the Mi CC9 Pro will focus a great deal on design and cameras. The company is revealing some more information about the phone’s design and some more camera bits ahead of its November 5 launch.
The Mi CC9 Pro will have a curved display – this is something that Xiaomi has already confirmed. And now, it has confirmed that the phone in question will come with a waterdrop-style notch – Xiaomi calls it dot notch. This has been revealed through a couple of posters that highlight the phone’s whopping 108MP camera. It has also come to light that the Mi CC9 Pro will also come in a pearl white-like variant in addition to green that’s already been revealed.
It looks like the Mi CC9 Pro is set to get the all-glass treatment – which won’t be surprising considering that Xiaomi sells an all-glass phone (with plastic frame) in India for as low as Rs 9,999.
Another key highlight of the Mi CC9 Pro will be its cameras. The Mi CC9 Pro should be Xiaomi’s first mainstream phone with a 108MP camera. That’s not all, the Mi CC9 Pro will come with as many as five rear cameras. While details of the four other cameras are unknown, one of the cameras will use a telephoto lens capable of 5x optical zoom (and up to 50x hybrid zoom). The Mi CC9 Pro will also come with two flash modules on the rear. As for that primary 108MP camera, the Mi CC9 Pro will pack Samsung’s 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX image sensor.
The Mi CC9 Pro will also come with a 20MP ultrawide-angle camera with a 117-degree field-of-view and a macro lens capable of shooting close-ups from 1.5cm distance.
Xiaomi will launch its 108MP five-camera phone, aka Mi CC9 Pro, in China on November 5. While in international markets, it is likely to launch it as the Mi Note 10.