In the case of the new Xiaomi, the specification goes to the background because we already know it well - prices are much more important. Unfortunately, we do not know them so far. We only know that the smartphone will be available in two colours: black (Carbon Black) and blue (Glacier Blue) in versions 6+64 GB and 6+128 GB. Unofficially, I was able to determine only approximate prices from the Chinese market. The European prices are as follows:
- Xiaomi Mi 9T 6+64 GB - 329 euro
- Xiaomi Mi 9T 6+128 GB - 369 euro
Since we already know the prices, it's time to recall the specification. Xiaomi Mi 9T, Redmi K20, has an AMOLED Full HD+ 6.39 inch screen, a Snapdragon 730 processor and a rechargeable battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh, with a fast 18 W charging. The front camera has a 20 megapixel resolution and an aperture of f/2.2. the back is made up of three matrices: 48, 13 and 8 Mpx. Additional cameras offer telephoto and wide angle - 124.8 degrees. The main matrix Sony IMX582 has an aperture of f/1.75, and the auxiliary matrix - f/2.4.
Xiaomi Mi 9T is, of course, equipped with NFC modules, Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi 2.4/5 GHz, plus a USB-C, minijack and Hi-Fi sound system. A simple facial recognition system ensures safety, but there is also a fingerprint reader - it is under the surface of the display. Unfortunately - at the moment we can’t see on the horizon the equivalent of the second Redmi - K20 Pro - under the Xiaomi brand. Its later debut is not yet ruled out.
On the occasion of the Xiaomi Mi 9T launch, the European price of the Mi Band 4 armband, which debuted yesterday in China, was mentioned. It will amount to 35 euro. Unfortunately, the availability date remains unknown.