Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent edition: 12GB RAM, Snapdragon 855 chipset!
Let’s check out the Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent edition featuring 12GB RAM, Snapdragon 855 chipset and more. Read on to find out!
Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent edition
According to a recent leak, there would be than one variant of the Mi 9 flagship of China manufacturer. In details, there would be the Explorer Edition, which is the most expensive variant of Mi 9. Meanwhile, arriving on Geekbench today, there is the Mi 9 Transparent Edition with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 7nm chipset. Otherwise, Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent specs would provide a whopping 12GB RAM.
As it concerns from the Geekbench listing, the Mi 9 Transparent Edition scored 2,982 points in the single-core test and 10,382 points in the multi-core test. Moreover, the listing confirms the next Xiaomi flagship smartphone to ship with Android Pie-based MIUI 10. Also, the Mi flagship sports a 6.3” AMOLED screen with FHD+ resolution. Besides, the front panel features a sixth-generation optical In-display fingerprint sensor.
More interestingly, the smartphone would sport the micro selfie camera to achieve an impressive screen-to-body ratio of 90.7%. Regarding the optics department, Xiaomi Mi 9 camera features the 48MP + 16MP (ultra-wide-angle) + 12MP (telephoto) triple rear sensors. Furthermore, Mi 9 is getting a sapphire glass lens cover to enhance durability. Whereas, some of Mi 9’s variants would feature 20W wireless charging support. Also, there would be a dedicated button for the Google Assistant and NFC support. Moreover, there would be an infrared sensor with support for 4×4 MIMO. As we learned, Xiaomi is likely to launch the Mi 9 SE alongside Mi 9, Mi 9 Transparent and Mi 9 Explorer.
Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent release date and price
According to our legit sources, Xiaomi company is planning to launch the Mi 9 flagship and Mi 9 SE at an event in Beijing today (Feb 20, 2019). However, the debut time for other variants is yet to know. Whereas, Xiaomi Mi 9 Transparent price starts at least Rs. 74, 990, but it is not the most expensive variant.