As previously reported, Samsung has developed a 108-megapixel ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor in conjunction with Xiaomi. As a 1 / 1.33-inch sensor, it is quite large – about three-quarters of the size of Sony's RX100 VII 1-inch sensor, or slightly smaller than the sensor used on the classic convex camera of Nokia's PureView 808 smartphone. [1
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The ultra-wide angelic 20-megapixel camera has a 117-degree field of view and has a front 32-megapixel camera. To provide flicker-free images, the CC9 Pro has a 4-axis optical image stabilizer and uses Xiaomi's ShootSteady technology to smooth 4K video. It has a slo-mo speed of up to 960 fps, and even has a Vlog video mode to maximize dynamic range.
As with the Huawei P30 Pro and Pixel 4, the smartphone also has the all-new Xiaomi night mode 2.0, which it combines. Multiple noise reduction pictures. It can also take RAW photos in low light using multi-frame noise reduction. Alternatively, you can take advantage of one of the two LED lights at the back – there is a torch for overall brightness and also a soft light for portrait shots.
Apart from the cameras, the CC9 Pro's distinguished feature is the giant 5,260 mAh battery, which should give it impressive durability. Other features include a 6.47-inch curved FHD + AMOLED edge-to-edge display and the Snapdragon 730G mobile platform.
The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro will be sold tomorrow in China for $ 2799 or about $ 400 (6GB RAM with 128GB storage) and $ 3099 or $ 440 (8GB RAM). There's also the more expensive CC9 Pro Premium Edition, which costs $ 3,499 or $ 500, which comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, along with an 8P objective system for a 108MP camera – which is probably better than the 7P system on the regular version, Xiaomi has hinted at global accessibility, so stay tuned.