Recently, the Xiaomi M1902F1G was certified as Xiaomi Mi 9 in Singapore. Hence, it is speculated that the M1902F1A and M1902F1T phones that were 3C approved in January are the variants of the Xiaomi Mi 9. The M1902F1A has already appeared on TENAA, but its listing is yet to be populated with specifications and images. Last night the M1902F1T was also approved by TENAA. Yet again, there is no information on its specifications of the M1902F1T variant. These certifications suggest that the Chinese manufacturer is gearing up for the introduction of the Xiaomi Mi 9. Rumors have claimed that the Mi 9 may go official in February.
Recently, a Weibo user had to the official Weibo channel of Xiaomi mobile, “Can you tell whether the Xiaomi Mi 9 will be releasing in Februaryv? Can you reply with a dog’s head expression? A Xiaomi responded with the suggested expression indicating that the Mi 9 could be launching in February in China.
Last year, Xiaomi had introduced the Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone alongside the Mi 8 Explorer Edition and Mi 8 SE smartphones on May 31 in China. There is no confirmation on whether the Chinese manufacturer will be unveiling the Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer Edition and Mi 9 SE smartphones alongside the Mi 9.
It is believed that the Xiaomi Cepheus phone that had appeared on Geekbench in January with Snapdragon 855, 6 GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie OS could be the Xiaomi Mi 9 phone. The smartphone is speculated to be equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner. It may adopt Xiaomi’s new technology that supports larger screen fingerprint unlocking area of 25 x 50.2mm. The Mi 9 is expected to go official as the first Xiaomi phone with triple rear cameras. The smartphone is expected to sport a smaller notch on its display like the Redmi Note 7 smartphone. The 3C certification of the Mi 9 had revealed that it would be equipped with support for 27W fast charging.