A few days back, Xiaomi revealed its new Mi 9 Pro 5G, a premium device powered by the insanely performant Snapdragon 855+ processor, designed by Qualcomm. The new smartphone, in spite of its amazing specs, will most likely not launch in the US.
The new Mi 9 Pro 5G comes with a 6.39-inch AMOLED display and triple camera setup on the back, besides the 5G feature. The price stops around $520, unlike Samsung Galaxy S10 5G’s costly $1,299, which comes with similar features.
However, the price is an actual conversion form the Chinese price of 3,699 yuan, because, as we mentioned, the smartphone is unlikely to come to the US. Hopefully, as with other Xiaomi, Huawei, Oppo, and other phones, enthusiastic buyers will be able to get it. The Mi 9 Pro 5G launches on October the 31st in China.
Mi 9 Pro 5G Key Specs
Mi 9 Pro 5G’s triple camera setup sports a 48-megapixel lens, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera.
The model we described above comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage space, but Xiaomi also offers three other versions. The top-end model costs approximately $605 and packs 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage space. The tech giant explained the smartphone is capable of downloading a 1.9GB game in 15 seconds using 5G.
Xiaomi focused a lot on the device’s battery and battery performance. It comes with a 45w charger, which can be used to charge the smartphone and also laptops sporting a USB-C port.
The device is also compatible with wireless charging. The battery is a 4,000mAh.
In addition, the Mi 9 Pro 5G packs reverse charging, which can be used to charge other smartphones.
Finally, Xiaomi’s new smartphone packs a haptic motor for improved vibration, and a MIUI11 operating system, which is based on Android. In terms of color options, the Mi 9 Pro 5G comes in Titanium Black and Dream White.
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