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Xiaomi Mi 9 Wang Yuan edition with 5th gen under-glass scanner and triple rear cameras announced

01 April 2019 3

Xiaomi celebrated the 9th anniversary with the announcement of 20 new products. At the launch event, the company also wraps off the cover from the Xiaomi group president Wang Chuan limited edition of latest flagship Mi 9. The special edition is dubbed as Wang Yuan edition. It features aluminum chassis with transparent glass covering the rear side. The glass rear features engraved ROY marks. Being a special edition model it comes with a custom theme and also the custom voice of Wang Yuan. As far as availability is a concern it will be released on April 9th at a price tag of 3599 Yuan.

In terms of hardware specs, the Mi 9 Wang Yuan edition comes with a 6.39-inches AMOLED display with full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. Under the hood the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 SoC is powering the phone with 8GB RAM and 128GB native storage. The front-facing selfie snapper is 20MP. On the rear side, you will get triple cameras including 48MP+ 12MP telephoto sensor + 16MP super wide-angle snapper. A 3,300mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on.

The device comes with 27W fast charging and 20W wireless charging. At the launch event, the company stated the special edition comes with fifth gen under-glass fingerprint scanner. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding the Mi 9 Wang Yuan edition in the comments section below. Stay connected.

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Xiaomi Mi 9 Wang Yuan edition with 5th gen under-glass scanner and triple rear cameras announced
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A phone edition by the name of the company group president.... hmm... the first of its kind I guess. And as always looking trendy and beautiful with modern looks.


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