It turns out that the Xiaomi Mi CC10, which Xiaomi will introduce in the near future, supports digital zoom up to 120x. The smartphone, which also comes with a 108-megapixel camera, gets its power from the Snapdragon 775G chipset.
Xiaomi, one of the most formidable smartphone manufacturers in recent times, continues to work on the Mi CC10, which supports 120x zoom. The smartphone, known as the codename “CAS”, is expected to be a sequel to the Mi CC9 introduced in July and the Mi CC9 Pro introduced in November.
Xiaomi has made 108-megapixel camera sensors a trend for advanced smartphones. It is said that we will see a 108 megapixel sensor in this model, but this sensor will not be the Samsung HM1 sensor used in Mi CC9 Pro, Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro. Instead, the device includes a sensor called HM2, which has not yet been announced by Samsung.
What does the CC10 offer?
Mi CC10, which is powered by Snapdragon 775G with 5G support in the hardware section, supports digital zoom up to 120x and optical zoom up to 12x in the camera section. In contrast, the Mi CC9 Pro, Mi Note 10 and the latest Mi 10 Lite Zoom Edition, which draws attention with their cameras on the market, only allow optical zoom up to 5x and digital zoom up to 50x.
We can say that this smartphone, which draws attention with its camera capabilities, plays a major role in the new 108-megapixel sensor and other periscope lenses used to create such high zooms with minimal loss of quality. At this point, we can only see if the Mi CC10 achieves the high zoom speeds with the least loss of quality as claimed.
What is known about the new smartphone Mi CC10, which zooms in almost like a telescope, is unfortunately limited for the time being. Industry sources claim the Mi CC10 will be released early next month. If there are any developments up to this date, we will keep you informed.