Xiaomi has always been frontline in terms of the smartphone camera sensor, as they have launched the first commercial 48MP, 64MP, 108MP and the upcoming 144MP. Which likely to debut with the launch of Mi CC10 Pro in china and Mi 10s Pro for the global market. As of now, there are no official words about the same, but there were tipped surface on the web.

According to Sudhanshu, tweeted about the Mi 10s to be packed a 144-Megapixel shooter over an upgrade Mi 10 series. Meanwhile, Xiaomi is currently working on the 144MP implementation in the smartphone, and later the second half of this year they might prepare for the launch. Whereas, Sudhanshu tweeted “Xiaomi is working on a phone with 144MP camera sensor. I guess it should be Mi 10S Pro or Mi CC10 Pro.”


to mention, Mi CC9 pro especially designed for the Highest camera-centric smartphone and the Mi 10 Pro to have 108 Megapixel count on a smartphone. Notably, the higher the pixel doesn’t mean a good quality image. Where the best camera considers from the Google and Apple device but they still use the 12MP sony Primary camera sensor.

On the other hand, they launched the 108MP camera smartphone last year in November. We believe they might delay the R&D (Research and development) for the ongoing 144MP due to global outbreak Coronavirus. Also, we understand the Sensor might be from the Samsung ISOCELL using a large pixel binning to produce a 144MP camera. Moreover, there are no words about the company and the technology.

Sensor & connectivity

Sensors on the device include an accelerometer, a gyro sensor, a geomagnetic sensor, a hall sensor, proximity sensor, and an RGB light sensor. Connectivity options in the smartphone include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, and Bluetooth 5.0.

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