The handset was released in 2019. Not only is it new, but it’s big too. Its display stretches 6.39 inches across. Unfortunately, it’s not very thin. The following are its dimensions: 156.7 mm x 74.3 mm x 8.8 mm.
It’s heavy. We’re normally fans of phones with weight, if they’re not thick, that is. The 9T comes in at 191 grams as it’s brick-like.
It’s made from glass and aluminum. Although it feels like a million bucks, its back collects a lot of fingerprints.
You can’t pick it up in many colours. It’s only available in three shades. They are:
It is ergonomic. Just take a look at its sides, they are curved well. When looking across its sides, you’ll notice a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Manufacturers have started to remove it from expensive units, so its presence is appreciated.
Unfortunately, there is no microSD slot.
Xiaomi placed an AMOLED panel onto it. It produces vibrant colours. The mobile also has an expert screen-to-body ratio. It’s 86.1%, which means there’s barely any bezel action going on.
It’s sharp. How do you feel about a 1080 x 2340-pixel resolution?
You don’t have to worry about denting its front. Xiaomi placed Gorilla Glass 5 on it.
Keep in mind that it’s HDR rated. This means you can stream all sorts of content.
Out of the box, it runs Android 9. You can upgrade its systems to Android 10. The OS is run through the manufacturer’s proprietary MIUI 12. It has many themes.
The mobile houses a Snapdragon 730 chip and it’s not a powerhouse. However, it can handle extensive tasks.
Something ultra-snappy is its fingerprint sensor. It’s not on its rear but is underneath its display. You might be wondering if it has face-unlock or not. Sadly, it doesn’t come with the capability.
The more RAM a phone has, the smoother its systems would work. The Mi 9T comes with 6 GB of memory. In terms of ROM, you can buy it with either 64 or 128 GB of space.
As mentioned, it doesn’t come with a MicroSD slot. You won’t be able to expand its storage.
Its battery is 4000 mAh. It is nonremovable. To charge it, you’ll be making use of an 18 W fast charger. It’ll have to be placed inside its USB-C port. It fully charges in a little over an hour and a half.
We’re fans of its primary camera. It houses three sensors on its back. They are a 48 MP wide lens, an 8 MP telephoto lens, and a 13 MP ultrawide shooter. Shots are good even in low light.
It has such a good screen-to-body ratio as it doesn’t have a notch for its selfie camera. It’s also motorized. It moves pretty smoothly and has a 20 MP wide sensor, which will keep you Instagram ready.
It costs around Rs.60,000 islandwide.
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