The Chinese phone maker Xiaomi presented during telefoonbeurs Mobile World Congress, the affordable high-endtoestel Mi 9 and Mi Mix 3 with 5G internet.
Xiaomi showed its Mi 9-phone with a slightly curved back. The device has a amoledscherm of 6,39 inch, and at the top of a teardrop shaped cutout for the selfiecamera. Below the screen is a finger print scanner placed.
On the back of the Mi 9 three camera lenses. There is a 12-megapixeltelelens that allows users to two times to zoom in. Also, there is a standard lens with 48 megapixels, which according to Xiaomi, more details are to be recorded. As a 16-megapixelgroothoeklens for photos with an angle of view of 117 degrees.
The Mi 9, which is equipped with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and has a 3,300-mAh battery. The device supports wireless charging with 20 watt. Xiaomi states that it is in that way an hour and a half it takes for the device to fully charge.
The phone will be available in the colours blue, purple and black and 449 euros in costs. It is not known whether the Mi 9 also in the Netherlands will appear. In Europe brought Xiaomi until now only officially devices on the market in France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Mi Mix (3) with 5G-internet
Xiaomi also showed a 5G phone, the Mi Mix 3 5G. The smartphone seems to be on the last year announced Mi Mix 3. So the device has a screen that is the front completely covers. A camera for selfies is at the top of the unit pushed in, allowing a scherminkeping or hole is not necessary.
With support for 5G is the according to the company be possible to have much faster internet connections. Large video files are, according to Xiaomi in a few seconds to download.
The device makes use of Qualcomms new Snapdragon 855-processor with a X50 modem. In order of 5G to use, the network must be available. In the Netherlands this is not yet the case. The Mi Mix 3 5G is 599 euro and will “soon” on the market in the colors black and blue.
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