Days after Xiaomi had released the Redmi K20 smartphone in China, the Chinese smartphone maker on Wednesday introduced a rebranded version of the phone in the form of Mi 9T. The business declared the phone at an event in Madrid. There’s no difference between the Redmi K20 and Mi 9T and the two smartphones sport exactly the exact same layout in addition to the specifications. In addition to Mi 9T, Xiaomi also unveiled Mi Smart Band 4, which is the exact same wearable which was started as Mi Band 4 in China on Tuesday. Mi Electric Scooter Pro and Mi True Wireless Earphones also made their debut at the Spain event.
According to Xiaomi, Mi 9T is going to be offered in just two storage variants in Spain — 6GB + 64GB and 6GB + 128GB. The 64GB variant of Mi 9T was priced at EUR 329 (roughly Rs. 25,900) and will go on sale beginning June 17 in the country. It will be sold via Amazon and mi.com/es and for the first 24 hours, both platforms will supply the 64GB variant at just EUR 299 (approximately Rs. 23,500).
The 128GB version of phone will be marketed at EUR 369 (approximately Rs. 29,000), however the company hasn’t shared an exact release date for the variant. Xiaomi just said it will available”in the coming months”
In terms of the colour options, the company is releasing three versions of the Mi 9T — Carbon Black, Glacier Blue, and Flame Red — however, the Flame Red version is going to be released on a later date.
Xiaomi noted it’ll announce the availability information for other markets nearer to the local launch. If the teasers are any sign, besides Europe, the Mi 9T will also be making its way into Malaysia.
Mi Smart Band 4 will be available in Spain by the end of June with a price tag of EUR 34.99 (roughly Rs. 2,700). It will be offered via mi.com, Mi Stores, along with other official Xiaomi stations.
Mi Electric Scooter Pro will go on sale beginning tomorrow, 13 June, for EUR 499 (approximately Rs. 39,200), in Mi Stores and MediaMarkt. Mi True Wireless Earphones will also start selling beginning tomorrow on mi.com and Mi Stores at a cost of EUR 79.99 (roughly Rs. 6,300).
Such as the Redmi K20, the Mi 9T sports a notch-less fullscreen look with a pop-up selfie camera. Xiaomi states the phone features a exceptional flame design on its four-sided curved glass back.
The dual-SIM (Nano) Mi 9T runs on Android 9 Pie with MIUI 10 on the top. It is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 SoC, paired together with 6GB of RAM.
The Mi 9T also packs a triple back camera setup, which houses a 48-megapixel Sony IMX582 main sensor with an f/1.75 lens, a secondary 8-megapixel sensor with an f/2.4 telephoto lens, and a 13-megapixel sensor having an f/2.4 ultra-wide-angle lens. There’s a 20-megapixel pop-up selfie camera onboard as well.
Among other specifications, you will find an in-display fingerprint sensor, 4,000mAh battery with 18W fast charging support, 4G LTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, USB Type-C jack, plus a 3.5millimeter audio jack.
The phone measures 156.7×74.3×8.8mm and it weighs 191 g.
Mi Smart Band 4
As we mentioned earlier, the Mi Smart Band 4 is the same product that has been launched since Mi Band 4 in China on Tuesday. The wise band comes with a complete colour AMOLED display. It also packs a 135mAh battery, and this can be claimed to continue up to 20 times on a single charge.
“In addition to the health and action monitoring features from preceding generations, Mi Smart Band 4 now offers a swim tracking mode to monitor swim length, time, swim strokes, SWOLF (a measure of swimming efficiency) and much more,” Xiaomi stated in a statement.
Mi Electric Scooter Pro
Xiaomi says Mi Electric Scooter Pro offers up to 45km range on a single charge using a top speed of 25kms a hour. Additionally, it includes a built-in multi-function screen to monitor the ride details.
“Its [Mi Electric Scooter Pro] mobile folding design makes it a great last-mile alternative and allows for easy storage. It has the exact same intuitive controls, double-braking system as well as a series of battery safety features,” Xiaomi noted.
Mi True Wireless Earphones
The new Mi True Wireless Earphones are an Apple AirPods look-alike and claim to provide up to ten hours of continuous music playback. The company says they are paired readily and provide stable connections.
“Music automatically stops when either of the earpieces is removed from the ear and may also operate independently for answering phone calls,” Xiaomi remarked.
“Its [Mi Authentic Wireless Headphones] intuitive touch controls allow you to double or tap tap into play/pause audio, answer/end calls or trigger audio assistants,” it added.