Xiaomi loves to offer a large selection of its flagship line. Last year we got the regular Mi 8, then the Mi 8 SE, which reduced the size and the processor, and finally, the Mi 8 Pro, which offered a transparent back panel and a fingerprint reader on the display. This year we have already reviewed the Mi 9 and Mi 9 SE, and it looks like the Mi 9T is next in line, replacing last year’s Pro model.
The upcoming Xiaomi Mi 9T has already been certified in Thailand, Taiwan, Singapore and Russia, so this is clearly a global phone. Current rumors suggest that it should retain most of the key internal components of the conventional Mi 9, such as the Snapdragon 855 SoC and 48-megapixel main camera, albeit with a larger battery along with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of memory.
Prices should increase slightly compared with the conventional Mi 9. We will keep you updated with more detailed information as soon as it appears.