A mysterious Xiaomi smartphone was detected on CCC this week with the model number M1910F4E. And a very similar model - M1910F4G – has also showed up on Singapore’s Info-communications Media Development Authority (IMDA) today. Sadly though, we’re still not treated to the exact name of the device but current speculation strongly suggests the handset to be the Mi CC9 Pro. The smartphone is believed to be Xiaomi’s next 108MP sensor-toting device. Talk around town is that the handset could be revealed on October 29th, however, that looks very unlikely as there has been no official teaser or indication of an upcoming launch.
The Xiaomi M1910F4E is surely a premium device as it was certified with 30W capable fast-charge and this is Xiaomi’s latest tech that goes into the Mi 9 Pro 5G. Now, the M1910F4G model also appeared on EEC but still didn’t reveal any information regarding its exact identity.
Stepping into speculation territory, the Mi CC9 Pro is strongly suggested to feature an 8nm Snapdragon 730G along with 8 GB of RAM and 256GB of storage on the highest-end variant. The other big headline-grabber is supposed to be the 108MP primary sensor, one of the three sensors on the rear camera setup. The handset is also expected to come with Xiaomi’s latest MIUI 11 and a 4,000mAh battery. Xiaomi’s fresh CC series is geared towards millennials in China and was just introduced this year with two models – Mi CC9 and Mi CC9e (known as Mi A3 in other parts of the globe).
For now, rumours regarding launch remain strong although it seems to be delayed to November. We hope to gather more details about this model from its TENAA certification, so stay tuned.