ByJordan Hobbs 2019-06-10 1052
As for the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro, the Chinese manufacturer will launch a Mi 9T and Mi 9T Pro version worldwide on June 12. In each version, users will be able to order these models with different storage capacity and RAM values.
They therefore succeed the classic Mi 9, but the new hulls will be less aggressive and futuristic than the Chinese K20 versions, whose photo sensors are placed in the centre of the rear face, and whose angular edges are replaced here by curves bordering the Mi 9T screen.
On the Mi 9T and 9T Pro, there are retractable photo sensors on the front of the camera. The 9T Pro's photo sensor will however be a little more powerful, but their screens will remain the same.
Where the Mi 9T will run on a Snapdragon 730 processor, the Pro version will benefit from a more high-end Snapdragon 855. Similarly, the first will be powered by an 18W fast recharge battery, and the second a 27W fast recharge, with a capacity of 4000 mAh in both cases.
The 6.39-inch AMOLED screen in FHD definition and 19.5:9 format will therefore be common to these two mobiles, as well as the fingerprint reader. It should be noted that in some countries they could be found under the names Poco F2 and Poco F2 Pro.
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