Today, Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, officially announced on Twitter that the Xiaomi Mi 9T will be released soon. According to recent reports, the Xiaomi Mi 9T is actually the global version of the Redmi K20 while the Mi 9T Pro is the global version of the Redmi K20 Pro. It is reported that Xiaomi Mi 9T and Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro will be unveiled in Russia, Poland, and other markets. In the Taiwanese market, these smartphones may also arrive with the global name.
Here's the answer! Mi 9T is coming soon! Guess what T stands for? pic.twitter.com/0mY2N7lnSx
— Xiaomi #5GIsHere (@Xiaomi) May 30, 2019
In the core configuration, the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro use a 6.39-inch notch-free full screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2340. Both smartphones support an on-screen fingerprint sensor. It comes with a rear-mounted Sony 48MP wide-angle main camera + 13MP super-wide sensor + 8MP telephoto lens triple camera configuration. The lights of these smartphones are kept on by a 4000 mAh battery.
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While the Redmi K20 is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 mobile platform, the K20 Pro comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 flagship platform. This is the major difference between these devices. Other differences include the 27W fast charge on the Pro model while the standard version uses an 18W fast charge. Also, the Pro model’s 48MP camera is a Sony IMX 586 sensor while the standard version uses a Sony IMX 582 48MP sensor.
In addition, the Redmi K20 series also launched the Game Turbo 2.0 technology. Lu Weibing, vice president of Xiaomi Group and general manager of the Redmi brand said that Game Turbo 2.0 not only the increases the frame number but also upgrades the touch response. It is worth mentioning that in addition to the Game Turbo 2.0, the K20 series also supports NFC and retains the 3.5 mm headphone jack. As for the guess regarding what the “T” stands for, netizens believe that this represents “Turbo” and probably it will include the 100W fast charge. However, this is a wide speculation. What do you think the “T” stands for?