Xiaomi Most Expensive Phone to Launch this Year

Xiaomi is providing the best smartphones in terms of features. The best thing about Xiaomi is that it offers very good feature at cost effective prices. Just recently, Xiaomi CEO has revealed that the company is about to launch the most expensive device this year. While telling about Xiaomi most Expensive phone, CEO said that:

“Actually, we want to get rid of this reputation that our phones cost less than 2,000 yuan (~$298). We want to invest more and make better products”. “I said internally that this might be the last time our price will be under 3,000 yuan (~$447),” Jun reportedly said, presumably referring to the Xiaomi Mi 9. “In the future, our phones might get more expensive — not a lot, but a little more expensive.”

Xiaomi Mi 9 6GB/128GB model costs 2,999 yuan (~$446) in China. Xiaomi Mi 8 price is slightly more i.e. 2,699.

Mi10 will be Xiaomi Most Expensive Phone

May be the reason behind this inflating smartphone is that the company is looking to add extra cameras sooner charging, and wi-fi charging with the brand new cellphone.

The latest flagship phone by Xiaomi features 6.39-inches Super AMOLED panel with 1080p+ resolution. The phone have a 90.7% screen-to-body ratio and sports a smaller waterdrop notch. The Mi 9 camera contains the 48MP module, a Sony IMX586 with a Quad Bayer filter.  Sony IMX586 is actually a large 1/2” sensor with 0.8µm pixels, which can be combined into 1.6µm Superpixels. In addition to that, the setup also sports a 16MP ultra-wide camera with 117° field of view. This ultra-wide sensor has 1.0µm pixels and an f/2.2 lens with autofocus, which allows you to shoot macros from a 4cm distance.

So we can hope that the upcoming phone will have real flagship features.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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