Xiaomi hasn’t revealed whether it’s going to be hosting an event from China or someplace else to unveil the phone or it will just be an online launching. Mi 9T was previously believed to be rebranded variant of Redmi K20 for the global markets, but it increasingly appears that isn’t likely to be the case.
“Only 10 days left! The new #Mi9 member will start on June 12th! Are you prepared for more innovation for everybody from #Mi9T?” Xiaomi wrote in the Chat .
Not much is known concerning the Mi 9T at this time, however Xiaomi’s teasers have revealed that the phone is going to be housing a pop-up selfie camera. Also, a picture of the phone’s back shared by the company shows three back cameras with an LED flash. There does not seem to be a fingerprint sensor on the back of the smartphone, so we can expect to view in-display fingerprint sensor on the Mi 9T.
Xiaomi has been asking its followers to figure what T stands for at the Mi 9T also it is quite possible that T is for Turbo here. Thus, it’s likely the Xiaomi is planning to establish a slightly tweaked version of Mi 9 as Mi 9T, which will ditch the waterdrop-style notch for a pop up selfie camera company and add a couple other new features. However, couple of alleged pictures of Mi 9T retail box appeared online a week, which appeared to suggest the presence of Snapdragon 730 SoC, 4000mAh battery, 6.39-inch full-HD+ screen, and 48-megapixel main camera on the smartphone. We ought to have more clarity next week.
It’s unclear whether the Mi 9T will be making its way to India, nevertheless it is not likely to happen given the company’s past track record from brining Mi line-up of devices to the country. Xiaomi India manager Manu Kumar Jain today revealed that both smartphones will be coming to next within another fourteen days.