In the recent Xiaomi has become one of the most popular smartphone manufacturers. Fans are looking forward to its next flagship device and the company has announced an official release date.
The device will be unveiled at a public event that is scheduled to take place on February 20 in Beijing, China. The Galaxy Unpacked even will take place on the same day but Xiaomi will have a time zone advantage.
A triple camera setup may make an appearance
The latest teases from Xiaomi suggest that the device may arrive with a triple camera setup, with one of them being the stable wide-angle one. Some sources claim that the MWC 2019 invites offered by the company were printed on what seems to be three camera figures.
A 5G smartphone is on its way
While many fans anticipate the Mi 9 it seems that Xiaomi is also planning to release its first 5G smartphone in the form of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 5G. It is thought that the device will be revealed on February 20 at the Mobile World Congress which takes place in Barcelona. It is likely that the Mi 9 will be featured during the same even but that remains to be seen.
It is believed that the new flagship will sport an impressive 6.4-inch Full HD+ display which should users to enjoy an awesome Netflix binge when they are on the go. A notch will be present, but it seems that it will be shaped like a water drop in order to occupy a minimal amount of space. The device will be powered by Qualcomm’s revolutionary Snapdragon 855 SoC which promises an outstanding experience. Potential buyers will be able to choose between two versions:
A 6GB RAM/128GB storage space or 8GB RAM and 256G of storage space with a possible price tag that starts at $500 for the former.
In a few days the device will be revealed and it is likely that a global release should take place in March.
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