New day, new official information about the upcoming flagship from Xiaomi. This time, however, we will talk about a special version Mi 9 Explorer Edition. Lei Jun has published several official photos that completely reveal the transparent back.
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Xiaomi's founder, Lei Jun, published a piece of the specifications in addition to the first official photos. Co - founder 's claims that The Xiaomi Mi 9 Explorer Edition will be the most powerful smartphone in the world, are starting to be confirmed. Lei Jun says in his post that the novelty will come with sci-fi equipment.
We already know about the confirmed Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor. The new news for us is the use of massive 12 GB RAM in the highest version. The Mi 9 Explorer Edition also gets a slightly better camera than the classic version.
48 MPx sensor will consist of of 7 parts, not 6 as in the normal model. It also offers a huge amount aperture f / 1.47. We have never seen such a thing on any smartphone.
A whole new look
The Mi 8 Explorer Edition was most criticized for looking at the motherboard, which is not real. Unfortunately, the Mi 9 Explorer Edition will not change and will still be a plastic model. But it will bring a whole new look and design.
Lei Jun in his post writes about complexity of the production and assembly process such a design. There is a free space between the real base plate and the glass cover on the back only 0,4 mm. They had to place a "fake" motherboard in this space, which creates the final effect.
The design motherboard is made of ultra thin aluminum sheet with a thickness of 0,3 mm. Using extremely accurate CNC modeling achieved the 3D effect. The board thus looks very real.
All components of the Mi 9 Explorer Edition require it completely dust-free environment. The installation of the smartphone takes place in a special room, where it is also subjected to 100-level pure "cure". As in the previous version, gradient glass will be used to create an interesting depth effect along the edges.