This morning, the Xiaomi Mi 9 was officially released. The price of the 6GB+128GB model is 2999 yuan ($448), while the price of 8GB+128GB version is 3299 yuan ($493). The sales channels include Xiaomi Mall, Xiaomi Home, Xiaomi Youpin, Tmall Official Flagship Store, Jingdong, Suning Tesco, Gome Internet, Vipshop, Xiaomi authorized experience store, Xiaomi direct supply points, Dixintong, happy Brookstone, and national core retail stores.
According to official data, the first sale of the Xiaomi Mi 9 took only 53 seconds to completely sell out. The next round of sale is set to be at 10:00 am on March 5. And this Friday (March 1), the Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer Edition and the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE will go on sale as well. By the way, only the Jingdong platform reservations have exceeded 1 million units.
Though Lei Jun has proven the Mi 9 won’t run out of stock quickly, the Mi 9 is very popular and it’s quite reasonable that this happened. As Xiaomi Mi 9 is in short supply, Xiaomi co-founder and Xiaomi President Lin Bin issued a statement through his Weibo channel: ‘Sorry! We are already working hard to increase the production capacity.’ And also recalled the Mi 9 Explorer Edition and Xiaomi Mi 9 SE will be sold at 10:00 on Friday.
We know the codename of the Xiaomi Mi 9 is ‘Battle Angel’. However, such a codename is not accidental. It’s a unique combination of art and technology. Due to the holographic back panel and powerful hardware, it looks quite stylish and is capable of providing outstanding performance.
As for the key features, the Xiaomi Mi 9 uses a 6.39-inch Samsung AMOLED display, equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 flagship platform, a front-facing 20MP shooter, a rear triple camera with a 48MP + 12MP + 16MP sensors combination, a 3300mAh capacity battery, supporting a 20W wireless flash charge, and many more.
In addition, the Xiaomi Mi 9 sports the fifth-generation screen fingerprint recognition. This is the third Xiaomi phone that supports screen fingerprint recognition after the Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition and the Xiaomi Mi 8 Pro. Its unlocking speed is comparable to traditional capacitive fingerprint recognition.