The Xiaomi Mi 9 has a slightly curved glass back, giving it a distinct look and a comfortable feel. Xiaomi says this creates an appealing holographic effect; we didn’t notice this with the Piano Black handset we tested, but it’s possible the Ocean Blue or Lavender Violet colors create this effect a little better.
The Mi 9 has a 6.39-inch AMOLED display, with a 2340 x 1080 Full HD+ resolution, which delivers vibrant colors with a great brightness range – it was a treat to watch movies on and complimented the fantastic camera array. This screen is broken by a small top bezel housing the front-facing camera, but other than that is unbroken, with no top bezel to speak of and minimal chin. The Xiaomi Mi 9 measures 157.5 x 74.67 x 7.61mm, so it’s a medium-sized device, but at 173g it does feel a touch on the heavy side
The phone features USB-C at its base, but there’s no headphone jack, which leaves wired headphone fans to rely on the in-box 3.5mm adapter. This is a disappointing but expected move considering both current smartphone trends and its predecessor, which have taken the same path. Xiaomi’s MIUI interface is a heavy-handed skin set atop Android, but the global version of MIUI 10 as it appears on the Android 9.0 Pie experience running on the Mi 9 feels decidedly approachable – even for newcomers to the operating system. There have been no corners cut with the Xiaomi Mi 9’s engine – it’s one of the first phones to be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855.
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Xiaomi Mi 9 has 48-megapixel primary sensor, which features a pleasingly wide f/1.75 aperture. It’s the same sizeable Sony IMX586 1/2-inch sensor Here, however, it’s supported by a 12-megapixel (Samsung S5K3M5) telephoto sensor that grants the phone 2x lossless optical zoom (this is also the lens surrounded by that holographic ‘halo ring’) and a 16-megapixel (Sony IMX481) ultra wide-angle sensor. The latter boasts a 117-degree field of view that not only lets you take impressive wide-angle shots but also lends its talents to macro photography, thanks in part to a 17mm equivalent focal length. you can easily buy this from Geekbuying with the price of $418.99 at Geekbuying 7th Anniversary