Published: Mon, June 24, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Xiaomi Announces New CC Series, Discontinues Mi Max and Mi Note Line

Xiaomi Announces New CC Series, Discontinues Mi Max and Mi Note Line

However, it appears that the Xiaomi M1904F3BC could be the first Xiaomi CC series smartphone since it has appeared on the website of China's TENAA telecom authority. Although the concept is very similar to what we have seen in the Asus ZenFone 6, Xiaomi's smartphone sports triple-sensors camera unlike to dual-camera setup on Asus ZenFone 6.

He has clearly mentioned that the company will not launch a smartphone under the Xiaomi Mi Max series or the Xiaomi Mi Note series of smartphones in 2019. The phones are expected to run on a custom version of MIUI 10 based on Android 9 Pie. As per the company, Xiaomi CC series phone will be trendy mobile phone aimed for young people around the world. To develop new phones for youthful users, Xiaomi is working with Meitu engineers, the group that was initially known for the MeituPic photograph altering application. The starting prices of Mi CC9e and CC9 could be CNY 1,599 Yuan (approx Rs 16,000) and CNY 2,599 Yuan (approx Rs 26,000). Both the devices will be offering waterdrop notch display on the front featuring the 32MP Samsung GD1 sensor. The Xiaomi Mi CC9 is said to sport a 48MP primary camera accompanied by an ultra-wide angle lens and a telephoto camera.

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On the processor front, the smartphone will be functioning on a 700 series chipset, but it is unclear which one will be used specifically. The only difference between these two sensors is the lack of 4K 60 fps video recording support for the Sony IMX582 sensor. The Redmi K20 and Redmi 7A were launched in May last month, and the Redmi K20 is expected to launch in India soon.

We all know that now Xiaomi is busy in working on for partnership with the Meitu. The rear camera has a resolution of 48 million pixels.

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