It’s been just a several hours, and even testers have started playing with it. The new flagship from Xiaomi has been disassembled by Van Teng (@Thomas) and has posted images of it on Weibo handle. The fresh Mi 9 disarmed shots are giving us a sneak peek into its triple image sensor module, Sd 855 and various other elements. The product carries Gorilla Glass 5 on the back to make it protect against usual falls.
Further, the gadget hosts a 20W wireless charging coil which is touted to be the World’s quickest. The device’s NFC antenna is also placed near the charging coil and above the 3300 mAh battery. On further loosening it, gadget sports motherboard packing new Snapdragon 855 chipset, 8GB RAM and 128 GB internal memory. It is mounted in a 7000 series aluminum chassis. In order to dissipate a lot more heat, the Chinese company has covered the motherboard with steel heat spreaders and thermal paste.
Moreover, to make it thin, Xiaomi has precisely provided it with the support of metal screws and paste. Moreover, we could view the fingerprint recognition module on the lower part alongside with large Z-axis motor on the instantly side.
Xiaomi has invested a ton in its rear camera what carries a triple camera module. It consists of a 48-megapixel key camera and 12 MP secondary telephoto lens with 2X optical zoom. There’s a 3rd 3D ToF image sensor what makes the whole module almost uncomparable with the predecessors. Those three cameras module could be seen in the image higher than.
Moving further, there’s a bottom module which carries USB-C port, loudspeaker grill, and other electronic equipment.
Overall, Xiaomi has arranged the high-end specs in an entirely improved manner. It embeds needed caveats to dissipate heat from its motherboard.
Additionally, Xiaomi Mi 9 is likely on sale in China from February 26th at JD.com and few other retailers. Users could own the beautifully crafted beast carrying 5th generation in-screen fingerprint from tomorrow in China. Already, it has surpassed 1 million reservations at JD.com in China. We recommend you grab your piece at sharp 10:00 am (Beijing Time), otherwise thanks to massive demand you won’t be able to get.