The Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi introduced several new devices in Russia at once.
By the end of the month, the company is preparing to launch the new flagship smartphone Mi 9T. The official release in the company's online store will take place on June 18, and in other sales channels on June 28. The cost of a smartphone with 64 gigabytes of memory will be 25,990 rubles, and with 128 GB - 28,990 rubles.
The new Mi 9T is powered by a Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 730 processor and features a 6.39-inch display. The smartphone received the main triple Sony camera with a resolution of 48 megapixels, as well as a 20-megapixel front camera with a retractable module.
Simultaneously Xiaomi introduced for the Russian market, three models of Mi TV smart TVs with a diagonal of 32, 43 and 55 inches, with support for DTS-HD and Dolby Audio. “These three TV models are a symbol of our sincere dedication to Russian consumers,” commented Janet Zeng, Vice President of International Development at Mi TV. They are expected to be available from June 25th. Prices for "smart TVs" will vary from 9,990 to 29,990 rubles.
Xiaomi also presented the Mi Smart Band 4 fitness bracelet with an Amoled color touch display, activity tracking and the ability to work up to 20 days on a single charge. Its cost will be 2990 rubles. The new Mi True Wireless Earphones with intuitive touch controls will be available at a price of 5990 rubles. Sales of fitness bracelets in Russia will begin on June 28, and headphones - no earlier than July 4.