Somewhere between the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE and its flagship brother Mi 9 Xiaomi made room for an exciting upper-midranger. In some countries, it’s known as the Redmi K20 while internationally it goes by as the Mi 9T. Either way, this is a device that brings a compelling set of specs at an impressive price point.
If you're in the market for a full-screen experience complete with the trendy pop-up selfie camera and adequate spec sheet you are probably already considering the Mi 9T. Centered around its 6.39-inch AMOLED panel and running on the snappy Snapdragon 730 chipset, the Mi 9T comes at a sweet spot between the midrange and flagship territories.
The triple cameras around the back and beefy 4,000 mAh are other fine additions. So is the phone worth all the hype surrounding it? Find out in our Xiaomi Mi 9T video review below.
And if you want to know even more - move on to our detailed written review, complete with even more tests, image samples and first hand impressions.
wrong, this phone have dolby atmos and it does support dual speakers, you can check it on xda developers forums!!!
No, It does not have Dolby Atmos, Neither supports Dolby Atmos on earphones. I was looking for the same.
No, it does have dolby atmos, Neither it supports dolby atmos in earphones. A Single speaker in the bottom. Even i was expecting the same with this phone