Xiaomi Mi 9X On The Way? Coming With Snapdragon 675 And Triple-Camera

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Xiaomi has already launched its annual flagship series and got an empty window in terms of selling Snapdragon 855-powered handsets. Though there was another model with similar features coming our way from VIVO iQOO, it couldn’t compete with the Mi 9 because of an insufficient inventory. Anyways, it’s a fact that the Mi 9 line smartphones are considered to be among the highly-demanded models. Moreover, there are phones for each group of customers. As you know, currently, you can choose any from the three, including the original model, the Mi 9 Explorer Edition, and the Mi 9 SE. But seems there will be another member, namely the Xiaomi Mi 9X. And recently, its specs list has been leaked in the net.

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The information comes our way from GSMArena. The latter has already created a page for this product and managed to put a few noteworthy features into it. According to it, the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 9X will be packed with a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. Under the hood, it’s going to host a Snapdragon 675 mid-range chip. In its turn, the latter will be coupled with a 6+64GB storage combination. Of course, it’s going to come with Android 9.0 out of the box. In terms of battery life, the phone will sport a 3300mAh battery, supporting 18W fast charging.

xiaomi mi 9x

In terms of camera parameters, the so-called Xiaomi Mi 9X will be packed with a 48MP+13MP (wide angle) + 8MP (telephoto) three-camera on the back, and a 32MP front-facing camera. The latter is said to support 960fps video recording.

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It is worth mentioning that the source claims the Xiaomi Mi 9X does not have a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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