A small and powerful device is a most perfect device, that is my opinion, today im going to experience Xiaomi Mi 9 SE. The most interesting ones I like are the Google Pixel 3 and the Galaxy S10e. It has the specifications of a pinnacle device, is pleasant to hold, easy to control and compact with power. For other manufacturers, the popular old days that come to mind are the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact and also the OnePlus X.
Recently there are already fewer manufacturers present with such devices, because what they are chasing is to imitate other competitors to come with large, frameless devices, pop-up cameras and more. In April, Xiaomi Malaysia officially launched the Xiaomi Mi 9 SE. Through this device, Xiaomi is focusing on small -sized devices, compact in power and also great cameras. Still, is this little device from Xiaomi powerful enough? In this article I will review the experience of using Xiaomi Mi 9 SE as my daily device.
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The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE is not a flagship android. It is categorized as a premium mid -range device, which is powered by a Snapdragon 712 processing chip. This chip is a 10nm build chip, which has the same build as the Snapdragon 845. This chip is also an upgrade to the Snapdragon 660 which has been cycled by Xiaomi for some years. The Mi 9 SE is matched with 6GB of RAM memory and a choice of 64GB or 12GB internal storage. Turning to the screen, the device has a 5.97-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED screen with HDR support. It has a screen-to-body ratio in excess of 84% with a 19.5: 9 resolution ratio and 432 ppi.
For the camera, the device has a tri-lens main camera that combines a 48MP + 8MP telephoto + 13MP ultra-wide telephoto lens and a 20MP selfie camera. For security it uses an optical type bottom screen fingerprint scanner. Then for audio it has mono speakers and no 3.5mm audio jack port. In terms of battery, it only has a capacity of 3070mAh and has 18W fast charging support via USB-C port.
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