And we continue to talk about Xiaomi Mi 9, the top of the cheapest range at the current state of the market, as well as the first device to arrive on the Italian market with processor Qualcomm Snpadragon 855. So many good words and praise for this technological beast to which everyone has so far made a single negative note that is probably related to poor software optimization.
Xiaomi Mi 9: software updates to the photo sector and new amazing AnTuTu score
Let's talk about the triple camera but also of the camera selfie that does not seem to satisfy users' expectations, but above all it seems to suffer from enormous defects in image processing such as the selfies that are mixed. Yet photographic hardware is the best that can be asked at present, so all that remains is to wait for an update, as it could be what is circulating in these hours and that the leaker Roland Quandt has unveiled to all the web people.
My Xiaomi Mi9 just got this lovely little update ... pic.twitter.com/otRf6ZT3ev
- Roland Quandt (@rquandt) March 5th 2019
Specifically, the software upgrade arrives with numbering MIUI 10.2.12.0 PFAEUXM, introducing a series of innovations that further increase the desire to own this device and that certainly do not regret the purchase to those who in a hurry fought for the Mi 9 to appear at Day One. First of all Xiaomi Mi 9 receives a kind of notch restyling to drop, making this softer in the curves through a series of black pixels that redesign the aesthetics but what is more interesting is that there are some improvements in the photographic industry like the Moon Mode, function that allows you to take pictures of the moon without losing quality. Finally, real-time tracking of the subjects is introduced in the videos.
Another thing that won't make you regret buying your Xiaomi Mi 9 is the fact that turns out to be the most performing device and powerful according to the well-known benchmark AnTuTu. But we do not talk about official data, however very high (371849 points), but as you can see in the video above here the Chinese flagship gets well 428473 points. I get goose bumps just saying it !!! No wonder then if Xiaomi had to ask for help BYD Electronic to intensify the manufacture of new units so to cope with the enormous public demand. A news that provides us directly Lei Jun who promised that he would go directly to the assembly line if this was necessary.
A promise kept. In fact today the head of the new product development team, Thomas Van Ten, has published a photo in which the head of the company was caught with a screwdriver in his hands, where it unmounts a Xiaomi router with a built-in hard drive. And you already have Mi 9 in hand or wait for Redmi Note 7 Pro to be unveiled?