Something that has characterized Xiaomi throughout their commercial life are the mobile phones that have launched on the market, which always impress users. We can verify this with the recent arrival of the Redmi Note 7, which is the first Smartphone of the new Redmi brand because it sold out in just 8 minutes with 36 seconds. One of the wonders of this terminal is that it can withstand a quick charge of 18V, and thanks to this is that our news of the day arises. While Xiaomi’s CEO Lei Jun was promoting an 18W charger for this mobile via Weibo, a user of the social network asked him if Xiaomi’s next mobile (possibly the Xiaomi Mi 9) would have a faster charge. What Lei Jun replied that the next terminal will be faster and better.
Rumors surrounding the Xiaomi Mi 9
There are many speculations regarding the Xiaomi Mi 9, some rumors say that it could be a mobile that will be able to accept a quick charge of 32 watts in conjunction with a 3500mAh battery, this due to the clues given by Lei Jun about its quick charge support, however, the rest of the specifications are not yet known. The only thing we have at the moment are a series of rumors that indicate that it could have an AMOLED screen of 6.4″ with a 19.5: 9 aspect ratio and an FHD + resolution, another thing that is expected is that the screen has a fingerprints scanner.
Other rumors indicate that the Xiaomi Mi 9 could have a Snapdragon 855 processor, however, it has been confirmed that it will not have an X50 LTE modem which offers 5G connectivity, instead of this, the processor will have an X24 LTE modem. Despite its revolution at the battery level, there is also talk that it will not have wireless charging. According to a recently leaked report, this could be the first Xiaomi phone to have a triple camera configuration on the back.
The price that has been speculated for this phone is 2999 yuan ($436 approximately), this for its model of 6GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM, it is not known when it will be launched, although it is expected to be in March or it could also be at the MWC 2019.
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