Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro hands-on review

05 Nov 2019


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Not the best image processing but the best sensor and price. Depends on taste.

Those are some of the finest samples I have seen. It has a DLSR look to it. There is little to no Over-Sharpening and loads of texture details. Colors are off though. I am waiting for Sony's own version of these in coming days!

  • Anonymous

Gsmarena, I think you should try even closer macro shots. Xiaomi showed sample images that were taken within a flower

  • Anonymous

108MP Is the selling point of this midrange phone. Why leave out the Samples and shoot 27mp, it kind of defeats the point, unless Samsung are sponsoring you as they plan similar for next year.

Bailey, 05 Nov 2019sorry have you tried the phone as you sound as if you have?You don't need to own a phone to know how it's camera performs. There's plenty of samples provided (both here and on other sites including Dxomark) for us to judge it's performance.

Try to be sensible, will you?

  • UrsuGras

Anonymous, 05 Nov 2019The mpix race really needs to stop now ! These samples show noth... moreIf you are legit saying that these photos are worse than what Sony IMX586 phones can put out (be it from Xiaomi, Oppo, Asus, Samsung or whatever), you are intentionally trying to mislead people or need to have your eyes checked at a doctor.

  • Bailey

Whackcar, 05 Nov 2019Nope. It's decent enough, but nowhere near as good as the hype X... moresorry have you tried the phone as you sound as if you have?

  • Anonymous

Looks really like P30 Pro tbh.
But overall very impressive. 5000+ mAh battery, amoled screen, headphone jack, quick charging, fast processor outside flagship, and lots of cameras this is nearly perfect for me. Only need just a 90 Hz screen and its perfect.

When you factor in the price, this is a great all-rounder. Two-day battery life, 65mins full charge, OLED, IR port, 3.5mm, etc. It would be great for most people. Sure, it doesn't have an IP rating, wireless charging, top-tier processor, but those are things aren't that necessary for a lot of people. Waiting for full review to see actual display and speaker quality. Regarding image quality, maybe future updates will improve it a bit, keeping in mind it's targeted at upper mid-range after all.

  • Anonymous

Don't expect a flagship camera on a mid-range phone. If the camera is flagship class then they would put it on a flagship phone. This is a mid-range phone. I'm sure this camera will be great if compared to the phones of the same price range.

Dude , 05 Nov 2019That's all fine and dandy but am I the only who is disappointed ... moreNope. It's decent enough, but nowhere near as good as the hype Xiaomi was trying to build up, nor anywhere as good as the Paidmark's score might imply.

All that said, we should remember it's price tag and go easy on it though.

  • vga

Just don't zoom in the ultra-wide shots and you'll be fine and sold... :D

  • Anonymous

The mpix race really needs to stop now ! These samples show nothing compared to the 48 mpix Sony sensor..

  • Anonymous

Wait ? They are launching this with Android 9 ?!?!? What a joke on such a good piece of hardware

You guys are just great. Excellent job!

  • Dude

That's all fine and dandy but am I the only who is disappointed by the lackluster camera quality???

This sounds amazing i just want to hear the price.

  • dadhi

No 90Hz display though :-(