Xiaomi confirmed on Weibo yesterday that the Mi CC9 Pro will be made official at an event in China on November 5. Just a day later, key specifications of the upcoming smartphone have surfaced, courtesy of a listing on the TENAA website. The first official poster of the Mi CC9 Pro has also been shared on Weibo, featuring Chinese singer and actor Roy Wang.
Mi CC9 Pro TENAA Images and Specifications
The Xiaomi M1910F4E listing on TENAA reveals the Mi CC9 Pro will feature a 6.47-inch OLED display with Full HD+ resolution. Under the hood will be an octa-core processor clocked at 2.2 GHz, although the name of the chipset hasn’t been confirmed yet. Rumors suggest the phone is likely to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset.
In the memory department, Mi CC9 Pro will arrive in three different variants: 6GB RAM + 64GB storage, 8GB RAM + 128GB storage, and 12GB RAM + 256GB storage. In the camera department, Mi CC9 Pro will come equipped with a penta-lens camera setup at the rear, featuring a 108MP primary sensor. Unfortunately, the TENAA listing only mentions the resolution of the primary camera. However, an image posted on Weibo earlier today claims the phone will have a 12MP portrait lens, 20MP wide-angle lens, a 10x telephoto lens, and a macro lens in addition to the 108MP primary sensor. Like other phones that offer 5x optical zoom, the Mi CC9 Pro will offer 10x hybrid zoom as well as up to 50x digital zoom. At the front of the phone will be a 32MP camera for selfies, identical to the Mi CC9 and Mi CC9e.
In addition to the highly impressive camera hardware, the phone will also offer impressive battery life. According to the TENAA listing, Mi CC9 Pro will pack a massive 5170mAh minimum capacity battery. Some of the other key features confirmed by the listing include an in-display fingerprint sensor, dual-frequency GPS, and an IR blaster. At launch, the phone will be available in Black, Red, Blue, Pink, White, Green, Purple, and Gray color options. On the software front, however, it appears the phone will ship with Android 9-based MIUI 11 out of the box and not the latest Android 10.