Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro brought in China: A 108MP penta-camera phone for $400

Mi. comThe Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro has been teased for a few days now, but the Chinese brand has formally unveiled the device today.

We already know that the phone packs a 108MP penta-camera setup on the back, with Xiaomi formerly confirming a 108MP primary sensor, 12MP 2x telephoto lens for images, a 20MP ultra-wide camera, a 5MP 5x zoom camera, and a macro sensor.The Mi CC9 Pro also packs a 32MP selfie camera in a waterdrop notch. This camera offers a low-light mode for those nightclub selfies, following in the footsteps of Google and Huawei in providing this option. Staying on the front, we've a 6. 47-inch dual curved OLED screen (19. 5:9), as well as an in-exhibit fingerprint sensor.

Xiaomi also discovered that the phone achieved a total score of 121 from camera benchmark firm DxOMark (equalling the top-placed Mate 30 Pro). The agency touted a video score of 102 (inserting it at the end of the charts) and a photograph score of 130.Snapdragon 730G chipset as well as a 5,260mAh battery. Xiaomi says the Mi CC9 Pro battery supports 30W wired charging (dubbed Mi-FC) in a position to offering a full charge in 65 mins, and 58% ability in half-hour.Other points worth understanding come with Hi-Res Audio guide, NFC, an IR blaster, 3. 5mm port, and MIUI 11.The Mi CC9 Pro starts at 2,799 yuan (~$399) for the 6GB/128GB variant, 3,099 yuan (~$442) for the 8GB/128GB option, and 3,499 yuan (~$499) for the 8GB/256GB model. This last variant is dubbed the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition.The company also announced the Mi TV 5 Pro series, obtainable in 55 inch, 65 inch, and 75 inch alternatives.Xiaomi says the Mi TV 5 Pro series is "8K-ready," although it's doubtful even if all of the models aid 8K. The series also packs 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and the Patchwall interface. Expect to pay 3,699 yuan (~$527), 4,999 yuan (~$712) or 9,999 yuan (~$1425), dependent on the screen size.Mi Watch smartwatch too.The device is powered by a Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset and Wear OS, though the company has also slapped its MIUI skin on the watch. It's uncertain if this skin is coming to the West though. The device packs GPS, e-SIM capabilities, an OLED screen, and a heart-rate computer screen. The Apple Watch-inspired wearable will seemingly offer 36 hours of juice, and a 1299 yuan (~$185) beginning price tag.arcanetechs.com/i/blog/1600665862/aHR0cHM6Ly9jZG41Ny5hbmRyb2lkYXV0aG9yaXR5Lm5ldC93cC1jb250ZW50L3VwbG9hZHMvMjAyMC8wNC9YaWFvbWktTWktMTAtUHJvLXdpdGgtZ3Jhc3MtMjAweDEzMC5qcGc%3D">

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