The statement was produced on the social network Weibo. Redmi CEO Lu Weibing says Xiaomi sub-brand top of the range is set to stand out at AnTuTu benchmark. The idea comes tied to an image where the Mi 9 appears to dominate the first two positions.
"Well, we are ready" – this is how Lu Weibing expressed himself in the face of the challenge of Lin Bin, president of Xiaomi. He shared the image where the two versions of Mi 9 appear in the first two places and identified Lu Weibing from the publication. “I invite friends to the challenge,” he said.
Is the Redmi high-end up to the challenge?
Obviously Redmi's first high-end won't play in service. Most of all, it will be a smartphone focused on delivering top performance for a very inviting price (between 350 and 400 euros).
Equipped with the Snapdragon 855, and an 8GB RAM version, it is a bright future for you. rankings. If you have accompanied EBox coverage of Redmi's future flagship, you know it will be coming soon with a front camera popup.
The appearance of the device in the video above confirms this information, and a borderless screen. With no single-screen holes or holes in the screen and the firepower of a Snapdragon 855, this may well be the great cost benefit of 2019.
As its (unannounced) release approaches, details increase. The battery will be generous (4000mAh) and this will come with the Sony IMX586 sensor, which equips the Xiaomi Mi 9. There are plenty of reasons to stay tuned for more news.
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