Xiaomi Mi 9 5G version will be the cheapest 5G smartphone


Xiaomi Mi 9

Earlier, Xiaomi official said that it will launch its second 5G smartphone and its sales will start in China. Recently, a well-known Chinese reporter said that Xiaomi will officially announce the Xiaomi Mi 9 5G in mid-September. He also said that this smartphone should become cheapest 5G mobile phone in the market. As of now, iQOO Pro 5G is the cheapest 5G smartphone and it sells for 3798 yuan ($536).

Xiaomi Mi 9 5G 

Xiaomi’s second 5G smartphone will be the Xiaomi Mi 9 5G version, perhaps it will use the name Xiaomi Mi 9S. As early as last month, the smartphone got 3C certification, 5G network approval, and the TENAA’s approval. 

According to TENAA, Xiaomi Mi 9S is the 5G version of the Xiaomi Mi 9 model. Its overall design is basically the same as that of the regular version. It uses a 6.39-inch water-drop screen and the rear camera is still a triple rear camera setup. The only difference is that the fuselage of the Mi 9 5G is thicker. It increased from the original 7.61 mm to 8.95 mm and the left independent AI button is no more. The thicker fuselage can be understood because the 5G version should come with a bigger battery. The Xiaomi Mi 9S uses a bigger 4000 mAh battery which supports wired fast charge up to 45W. This smartphone will use a Snapdragon 855+ SoC and the display will be upgraded to 2K resolution. The rear camera also adds Optical Image Stabilization.

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2 Comments

  1. EK12 _
    August 31, 2019

    What about the pen in pic (nice news keep do it) 8)

  2. Redmyth79
    August 31, 2019

    I think your mistaken on a few facts. #1 the Middle 9 already has a 2.35k display so likely no change there!
    The battery, of course!
    Chip to the 855+, that will also drain the battery quicker.
    The camera which I don’t know of it was a article this company may have even released on the Mi 9’s EIS is already OIS but a advanced version with the electronic part being that the OIS on it has a extra sensor that watches the OIS to make faster adjustments and more accurate adjustments which is something a ton of people never understood. They saw EIS and automatically thought it was no good yet it’s better then standard OIS,
    That is why in every video of its performance with video recording and it stabilization that it out performed everything on the market more or less and Dxomark backs that up as well.
    I have the link that shows the way the EIS on the Mi 9 works if anybody wants to see the info