Xiaomi Codenamed Gauguin Certified In China With a 108MP Camera


A rumor first emerged in July that Xiaomi has got a pair of smartphones in the works codenamed Gauguin and Gauguin Pro. A new Xiaomi model with model number M2007J17C has reportedly received network access permission.

The blogger who broke the news (Digital Chat Station) disclosed that the model is codenamed Gaauguin which has earlier featured in a leak. The phone will pack a 108MP main camera sensor and will be Xiaomi’s cheapest 100MP sensor-packing phone.

Since it is going to be the cheapest, that likely means it will drop under the Redmi brand. If that happens, it will make the phone Redmi’s first 100MP phone. At present, the Mi 10, Mi 10 Pro and Mi CC9 Pro are the only models from Xiaomithat uses Samsung’s 100MP sensor jointly developed by Samsung and Xiaomi.

The sensor has a sensor area of ​​1/1.33 inches, and the photosensitive area is a full 48MP sensor. The larger the sensor size, the larger the photosensitive area, the more photons captured, the better the photosensitive performance, and the better the imaging effect.

At present, the new product of the Redmi brand that has not been released is the Redmi Note 10 series, so this model is likely a member of the Redmi Note 10 series. A new Redmi model with model number M2007J22C received network certification recently. Going by the model number, it is safe to suggest that this new M2007J17C model may be the top-end Redmi Note 10 Pro. There are speculations that the phone may be launched around October.

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