Xiaomi Mi 9 Hands-on: Flashy, Not Fussy

Read the full article: http://andauth.co/XiaomiMi9 | The Xiaomi Mi 9 delivers a Snapdragon 855, triple camera, 6.39-inch AMOLED display, in-display fingerprint scanner, 27W wired charging and 20W wireless charging. What more could you want?

Xiaomi Mi 9 price: 6GB/128GB – 2,999 yuan (~$446); 8GB/128GB – 3,299 yuan (~$491); 12GB/256GB – 3,999 yuan (~$595).

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41 thoughts on “Xiaomi Mi 9 Hands-on: Flashy, Not Fussy

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  2. Very dimm OLED display, not bright enough to use HDR properly and no optical image stabilization for the main camera. I claim the low price is that low because of these things. I mean, the phone itself is good, especialy for the price, but it is simply not the iPhone xs or galaxy s10 destroyer everyone thinks it is

    edit: Nevermind, these infos I posted are correct for the Mi mix3, not for the Mi9

  3. I would like more info about the wireless car charger that opens and closes automatically… Where can I find details?

  4. I'm honestly dissapointed with this.
    Who cares about super fast wireless charging, seriously, when you've gotta carry that thing in your pocket the whole day, look at the size of that lad @1:57.
    Like if 6,3' of the Mi8 wasnt enough of a display, they've made it even bigger and still without a jack.

    I understand that numbers sell and the bigger they make it, the more RAM and battery they can cram into, but that's just sad.

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