The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro arrives on November the 5th in China, and Xiaomi has teased the Mi Note 10 with its 108MP penta camera design, so it was safe to assume they were the same phone.
However, some rumours had contradicted this stating they will have slightly different specifications, but a recent Geekbench listing for both phones confirms they will have an identical chipset powering them as well as the same codename attached to each phone.
It has also been rumoured there may be a Mi Note 10 Pro which will include the Snapdragon 855+ chipset over the SD730G. However, the person behind this rumour, Sudhanshu Ambhore, has now deleted the tweet so he could be backtracking on this statement.
If you are not aware, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 / Mi CC9 Pro is looking like one of the more interesting phones of the year with a monstrous camera spec and battery.
The camera features five rear cameras including:
- 108 MP wide lens
- 12MP 50mm Portrait lens
- 12MP 5x telephoto
- 20MP ultrawide
- 2MP macro
The telephoto lens is a periscope sensor that will allow the phone to support 5x optical zoom, 10x hybrid zoom and 50x digital zoom.
Then the 50mm portrait lens of 12-megapixel with a large pixel size of 1.4micron. It supports dual PD autofocus and has an aperture rating of f/2.0 aperture.
Powering the phone is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G chipset which is a step down from flagship levels but still offers tremendous performance. The above Geekbench results indicated two different RAM sizes, 6GB and 8GB but it is expected that there will be variants from 6GB possibly going up to 12GB. Storage is likely to be 64GB/128GB and it is expected to have a microSD slot too.
As for the battery, this is one of the largest on the market with 5170mAh.
Currently, we have no idea about pricing, but as always with Xiaomi it will be extremely affordable for the spec you are getting.