Xiaomi Mi 9T Full Review
The Xiaomi Mi 9t comes with a Snapdragon 730, that will be slightly higher doing compared to Mi 9SE we have also recently looked at. -However, the key big difference involving the looks of the Mi9's could be the pop-up selfie camera, and that results in a notch-less design; similar to the Mi Mix series. -And that is great!
Also new could be the holographic, and very trippy looking, back of the telephone which does look pretty cool.
On that back, additionally you will look for a 3-camera setup with a 48 MP wide-angle major camera, an extremely wide position lens and a 2x visual move lens. They are using slightly different processors and glass than you'd discover on the flagship Mi 9 but it's pictures are very rather good. Certainly, it's not going to collection against the Mi9, which however dominates here, but it's absolutely good enough; specially considering the lower price on the Mi 9T.
The Mi9 T has various other VERY pleasant improvements in the battery-field since it comes with a 4000 mAh battery, compared to the 3300 mAh battery of the Mi 9. Therefore that is a pretty major step-up!
With regards to charging their specs certainly are a bit lower than the Mi 9 since it supports 18W QC (27W on the Mi 9) and it does not offer Qi Instant charging. But, again, they're some compromises that produce this phone more affordable.
With regards to daily use this phone thinks much like the Mi 9 and the Mi 9 SE. All of these telephones run MIUI 10, making them look and feel very similar in day-to-day use. - With very large gaming or maybe some photograph editing on the run, the Mi 9 will definitely outperform the Mi 9T, because of the higher end processor in the Mi 9. But also for daily use, this is a very good phone for a good value!
I am once again rather impressed with Xiaomi's telephones, although they're actually issuing quite a lot of these these days!