The source also added that this could be the Mi 10S Pro or Mi CC10 Pro, which is possible. The Mi CC9 Pro basically debuted the 108-megapixel camera sensor that Xiaomi developed alongside Samsung.
Xiaomi smartphone with 144MP camera will probably arrive in H2 2020
So, it makes sense that its successor equips a new high-megapixel sensor. We're still don't know when is Xiaomi planning to launch this smartphone with a 144MP camera, but it's coming this year, it seems.
The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro arrived back in November last year. If the Mi CC10 Pro ends up being the phone to debut this 144MP sensor, it won't launch anytime soon. That device will probably arrive in Q4 2020.
If we had to guess, we'd say that Xiaomi is once again working with Samsung on this sensor. This will probably be one of Samsung's ISOCELL sensors, as was the case with a 108-megapixel one.
The Xiaomi MI CC9 Pro was a mid-range smartphone. It was a rather compelling mid-range smartphone, though. The Mi CC10 Pro will probably have the same characteristics.
It's too early to guess what specifications will offer, but you can expect a really good mid-range processor. It would be great if Xiaomi included the Snapdragon 765G inside of the device.
The company recently introduced some really compelling smartphones
Xiaomi has been quite busy this year already. The company had recently introduced two new flagship smartphones, and a really compelling mid-ranger.
We're talking about the Mi 10 series of smartphones here, of course. The Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro arrived as the company's new flagships. The Mi 10 Lite, on the other hand, is an affordable mid-ranger.
The thing is, all of these devices support 5G. The Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro are considerably more expensive than the 'Lite' model. The Mi 10 Lite is set to cost €349, and it not only offers 5G, but the Snapdragon 765G as well.
It's still early in the year, but we're expecting Xiaomi to release quite a few devices this year. The company still hasn't announced its first foldable smartphone, so that's something we're expecting in 2020 as well.
Xiaomi has been really quiet when it comes to its foldable phone, in fact. We didn't hear much about it since the company's CEO demoed a prototype.