Xiaomi Mi 9 is now very close to the presentation – waiting for the next 20 February – and as a result the sightings on the net of the new top of the Xiaomi house range are multiplying.
This time the device – or presumed so – was shown in some live shots that seem to confirm many of the details that emerged in the last days. The images seem to leave little doubt: Mi 9 will offer a triple rear camera and a large display with notch drop very small.
We can also note the presence of the two black and blue colors, which will be placed side by side to the others not yet spotted, as you can see the Mi logo in the second image below, despite the attempt to mask it. Absent the rear fingerprint sensor, so it is likely that Xiaomi has integrated a front or chose to offer an authentication system based exclusively on facial recognition, even if we feel to exclude this hypothesis.
Recall that Xiaomi Mi 9 will be a top of the range based on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 platform and should offer a large 6.4 “AMOLED display with a ratio of 19.5: 9. Particularly interesting memory equipment, which should come to offer up to 10GB of RAM and 512GB of internal memory, probably not expandable.
There are still many details to the appeal, such as what configuration will be adopted for the photographic module, the battery capacity – although we know that it should have a particularly effective fast charging – and what other axes in the sleeve will play Xiaomi to differentiate his top of the range from all the main proposals of the year.
Appointment then to February 20 to find out all this and much more during the official presentation.
We answer the questions posed above with a quick update thanks to the specifications shared by GizmoChina. One of the variants of the Mi 9 will be equipped with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory, while the rear module should house the main sensor from 48 MegaPixel, a secondary 12 MPX and a ToF. Do not miss the fingerprint sensor below the display – protected by a glass Gorilla Glass 5 – and a 3,500 mAh battery, in addition to a new physical side button that should allow the rapid activation of the voice assistant.