Xiaomi Mi CC9 Series Specs and Price in Nigeria
Xiaomi acquired Meitu at the tail end of 2018, and the Chinese manufacturer is doing what it does best and introducing a new Xiaomi Mi CC9 series.
The Mi CC9 and Mi CC9e are now live in China, and the CC in the branding allegedly stands for Colorful and Creative, with the phones aimed at a younger audience.
To that effect, the phones are sold in a dark blue and white gradient color options, and they’re differentiated enough from the Redmi lineup to stand on their own.
If anything, the white option of the Mi CC9 looks a lot like the Breathing Crystal P30 Pro, and the blue model looks like the Realme 3 Pro.
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Series Design and Display
The Mi CC9 and the Mi CC9e come with very similar designs: they flaunt the same gradient finish on their rear panels and both come with a 3D curve.
Both phones are available in a trio of colors: Dark Blue Planet, Dark Night Prince and White Lover.
The Mi CC9 is slightly larger than the MI CC9e and comes with a bigger 6.39 inch display and a bigger 85.8% screen-to-body ratio (compared to 80.3% on the Mi CC9e).
Both phones come with thin bezels and have their front cameras placed in the waterdrop notch on the front. On the back, there are three vertically placed cameras — the fingerprint sensor is on the front, under the display.
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Series Camera
Both the Mi CC9 and the Mi CC9e come with identical imaging hardware.
The phones feature three cameras on the back: a 48 MP primary lens with f/1.8 aperture and PDAF, an 8 MP ultrawide lens and a dedicated 2 MP depth sensor.
The phones share most of the same camera app functionality with the one notable difference being that Mi CC9e can only record slo-mo videos at up to 240fps, while the Mi CC9 can shoot slo-mo at up to 960fps.
On the front, the Mi CC9 and the Mi CC9e come with 32MP selfie shooters
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Series Performance
When comparing the Mi CC9 and the Mi CC9e, the Mi CC9 is the more higher-specced of the two. The phone also packs a faster processor and a faster charging standard. So, what’s inside?
The Mi CC9 is powered by the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 SoC clocked at 2.2 GHz. This comes together with 6GB of LPDDR4X RAM and two internal storage options: 64GB or 128GB.
The Mi CC9e, on the other hand, runs on the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC speeding up to 2.0 GHz.
There are two RAM options: 4GB and 6GB and the same internal storage: 64GB or 128GB.
A notable difference between the two phones is the GPU: the Mi CC9 comes with the more powerful Adreno 616 while the Mi CC9e uses the lower-end Adreno 610.
This makes the Mi CC9 a more mobile gaming friendly option. Plus, the Mi CC9 comes with NFC support, which enables mobile payments — and the Mi CC9e lacks this functionality.
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Series Battery and Charging
Both the Mi CC9 and the Mi CC9e come with 4030 mAh batteries .
The one difference is that they use different fast charging protocols: the Mi CC9 comes with QC 4.0 standard support and can be charged with an 18W charger, while the Mi CC9e uses the slower QC 3.0 standard and relies a 10W charger to top up its battery.
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Series Price In Nigeria
Xiaomi Mi CC9 price in Nigeria is between 90,000 – 95,000 naira while CC9e is between 65,000 – 70,000 depending on the storage size.
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