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Xiaomi Mi 9 specs leak suggest Snapdragon 8150 chipset and triple rear cameras

07 November 2018 3

Xiaomi Mi-lineup flagships are always highly rated because of their top-tier hardware and affordable price tag. This year back in June Xiaomi announced Mi 8 flagship along with its pro and special edition variants. The device achieved much success that's why later on the company released a budget-friendly Lite variant to attract mid-range buyers. As the device is now six months old, the rumors mill start producing details regarding its successor.

As per the latest report from GizChina, the Mi 8 successor will be released during the first half of next year. It is pretty much in line with Xiaomi tradition of releasing first MI flagship of the year. The source report refers to supply chain sources that's why we have a few details regarding the internal hardware of the upcoming Xiaomi flagship phone.

The report suggests the Mi 9 will be the company's first flagship phone with triple rear cameras. The primary sensor will be Sony IMX586 48MP sensor. The base variant will have 6GB RAM whereas the top-tier variant will have 8GB RAM. The Mi 9 Pro will also have under-glass fingerprint scanner likes its predecessor.

As expected it will be the company's first flagship phone with the Snapdragon 8150 chipset which is widely expected to be the next flagship from Qualcomm built on the 7nm process. Do share your thoughts regarding the Mi 9 specs leak in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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Xiaomi Mi 9 specs leak suggest Snapdragon 8150 chipset and triple rear cameras
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JohathanMatthews
JohathanMatthews

See how the level of the base variant is increasing. Now we will have 6GB RAM variant as a base variant. Usually, it used to be 4GB or 2GB depending on if it is a mid-range or flagship.

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