Xiaomi wants to enhance the Xiaomi Mi CC9 which was launched back in June this year, the successor was seen as the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro, this was confirmed by the company today. Yes, Xiaomi made the pro version known to us but they didn’t reveal any specs of the device, but we have known before that it will come with a 108mp camera, 5x zoom and what looks like a Penta-camera setup.
There have been a report that says Xiaomi is working on a four smartphones that will be featuring a 108mp camera, the devices model number was specified as “Tucana”, “Draco”, “Umi” and “Cmi”. Now a new device passed through GeekBench with a model number Tucana and speculations had it to be the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro.
The keys specs we saw with the device includes Snapdragon 730G SoC, 6GB RAM and Android 9 pie with custom MIUI on top. The Official launch teaser had it to come equipped with a whopping five rear cameras which was aligned in a vertical order. There is a dual LED flash in the device and the telephoto lens is said to capture up to 5X optical zoom, Xiaomi hasn’t given any detailed specs about the camera though, the 108MP camera is likely to be assisted by an ultra-wide camera, and a 3D ToF camera.
Since the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro is equipped with a Five rear cameras, there will be a possibility that it will come with a macro lens and depth sensor, anyways, let’s wait and see.