Today, there was news that the new Xiaomi Mi 9T will hit the European market on June 17. But there was no certain information concerning the countries it is going to land in. As for now, one thing we know for sure. According to Xiaomi Spain Twitter channel, the Mi 9T is already launched in Spain, and the 6+64GB variant is priced at 329 euros, while the 6 +128GB costs 369 euros.
As we know, the Mi 9T is the Redmi K20 designed for the global sell. Thus, everything remains the same as the K20.
If you remember, the Redmi K20 (and now, the Xiaomi Mi 9T) sports a 6.39-inch ultra-wide screen with the seventh-generation screen fingerprint technology and is certified by the German VDE Low Blu-ray Eye Care. As for the cameras, there is a 20MP pop-up camera, while the rear three camera consists of a 48MP Sony IMX582 CMOS, a 13MP super wide-angle lens, and an 8MP portrait lens to support the super night mode.
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Under the hood, the original model sports a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor. The latter uses an 8nm process technology, the fourth generation Kryo architecture, and a built-in fourth-generation AIE artificial intelligence engine. There is also a 4000mAh capacity battery, supporting 18W fast charge and NFC. Plus, it comes with Hi-Res Audio.
The device retains the 3.5mm port, supports NFC, Game Turbo 2.0 support, USB-C, dual-nano SIM capabilities, and will boot Android 9 Pie with MIUI 10.
As for the appearance, the Mi 9T adopts temperament flame pattern design and a 3D four-curved glass body with flame red, glacier blue, and carbon fiber black three colors.
As for the prices in Europe, the Xiaomi Mi 9T 6+64GB variant will cost 299 euros ($339), and the 6+128GB model will be available at 399 euros ($452).