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Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro will pack an enormous battery that you can refill in an hour

The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro offers the biggest battery in a Xiaomi device this year, but it still charges in no time flat.

Published onOctober 31, 2019

The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro.

The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro is due to be unveiled next week, but we already know plenty about the device. Xiaomi has confirmed that the phone will have a 108MP primary camera and a penta-lens rear camera layout. Now, the firm has revealed that the device, which could be the Mi Note 10 in the West, will have a rather large battery.

According to an official Weibo post, the Mi CC9 Pro will pack a whopping 5,260mAh battery. This is slightly bigger than the leaked TENAA filing, and means it has the biggest battery of any Xiaomi phone in 2019 (edging out the 5,000mAh Redmi 8A). It’s not quite as large as the ASUS ROG Phone 2‘s 6,000mAh battery, but it should theoretically deliver two days of moderate usage nonetheless.

The Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro battery is large, but charges quickly.

A big battery usually means you’ll need to wait a while to fully charge it, but Xiaomi is also bringing 30W wired charging to the Mi CC9 Pro. The brand says the phone will hit 58% capacity in just 30 minutes, and 100% juice in 65 minutes. It’s not the fastest charging solution of the year in terms of pure wattage (that goes to the 65W-toting OPPO Reno Ace), but it’s still very impressive when you take the large battery into account.

We also know what kind of penta-lens rear camera setup to expect from the smartphone, delivering the aforementioned 108MP camera, a 5x optical zoom camera, 12MP portrait sensor, 20MP ultra-wide camera, and a macro camera.

Xiaomi is set to officially launch the Mi CC9 Pro on November 5, but it won’t be the only device it shows off then. The company has already confirmed that it will be bringing the Mi TV 5 and a Xiaomi smartwatch. The watch bears more than a passing resemblance to the Apple Watch, and will offer Xiaomi’s MIUI For Watch software experience.