New version of Xiaomi Mi Play appears on TENAA


Today, a new Xiaomi device designated M1901F9T was approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. According to the TENAA listing, the smartphone is probably a variant of the Xiaomi Mi Play. It is worth noting that the Xiaomi Mi Play just entered the market and provides up to 6GB of RAM. At present, Xiaomi Mi Mall has the 6GB+64GB version selling for 1299 Yuan ($189) but we don’t know the price or full-specs of this new version.

From the official introduction, the Xiaomi Mi Play comes with a one year of free Internet access but this is probably limited to Chinese users. Specifically, this smartphone offers 10GB of high-speed internet access every month. With this, you no longer have to worry about traffic problems when playing games, listening to music, online dramas, and other internet activities.

The Xiaomi Mi Play comes with a high-value design. It is the first ever Xiaomi phone to use a water drop screen with a 5.84-inch display size although the body is comparable to a traditional 5.1-inch phone. With this compatibility, one-handed operation is completely seamless. Under the hood, we have a MediaTek Helio P35 processor coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. In the camera department, we have a front-facing 8MP camera which supports face unlock as well as a background blur. On the rear, the Xiaomi Mi Play comes with a 12MP+2MP AI dual-camera, which also supports AI portrait mode, background blur, multi-frame noise reduction, and automatic HDR function. The lights of this smartphone are kept on by a built-in 3000 mAh battery.

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