Xiaomi announced the launch date of Mi CC9 Pro today and live images of the 108MP camera smartphone haven’t taken time to arrive online. The Mi CC9 Pro will be the first mass-produced smartphone with Samsung’s 108MP camera. It will be unveiled on November 5 and will come with penta-camera setup.
The Mi CC9 Pro was also spotted on Geekbench just after the official launch date announcement by Xiaomi. The listing revealed most of the specifications of the phone except for the design. And now since the live pictures of the CC9 Pro have also leaked, we get to know the design and looks of the phone too.
According to these live pictures, the CC9 Pro will arrive with a dew-drop notch display to accommodate the front camera. The display of the phone will also be slightly curved on both sides similar to the Samsung Galaxy S and Note series. However, the front live image raises more questions than answers because even the official teaser says otherwise. Coming to the back, the phone will feature five cameras vertically on the left side, there’s no doubt about that. Three of those sensors will be placed together in an array and the other two sensors will be separated from the array as well as from each other. It will also have two flashes to the right side of camera alignment with 5X and 108MP branding above and below it.
The upcoming Mi CC9 Pro codenamed ‘Tucana’ is expected to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G with 6GB(and more) RAM. Sadly, it might run MIUI 10 based on Android Pie out of the box. But it will definitely be updated to MIUI 11 like any other newer Xiaomi smartphones.