Xiaomi Mi 9T Promo Videos Show Why Notch Screens Are Useless
As you should know, Xiaomi has already launched the Mi 9T smartphone globally. This is the same Redmi K20 with a replaced logo. But the launch date of the higher version has been pushed back. Well, there are too many features we can talk about, but its biggest selling point is the genuine full-screen design. Due to the pop-up front camera, the phone ensures a true full-screen experience. Today, the company released a few videos to promote its new creation. Let’s watch them and get acquainted with its key features.
As you can see, the main idea in all three videos is that if there is a notch, you will distract your attention. To avoid such situations, Xiaomi is offering it true full-screen handsets in face of the Xiaomi Mi 9T series.
Interestingly, Xiaomi has launched a number of smartphones with bangs in the past. So this propaganda is quite hypocritical.
As for the phone itself, the Xiaomi Mi 9T sports the same features as the Redmi K20. Thus, it comes with a 6.39-inch ultra-wide screen with the seventh-generation screen fingerprint technology and is certified by the German VDE Low Blu-ray Eye Care. The Redmi K20 is also equipped with a 20MP front camera and a three-camera on the back. The latter consists of a 48MP Sony IMX582 main sensor, a 13MP super wide-angle lens, and an 8MP portrait lens to support the super night mode.
The rest of the highlights include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730 processor, which is based on an 8nm process technology, the fourth generation Kryo architecture, and a built-in fourth-generation AIE artificial intelligence engine.