In the rumours around Mi 9T, Xiaomi is now found to be in preparation for the Mi 9T Pro. The new phone is available on Geekbench and is similar in size to the Redmi K20 Pro. This shows that the Redmi K20 Pro can appear globally as the Mi 9T Pro – just as the Mi 9T debuted as the Mi 9T on the global market. In addition, the Mi 9T Pro may arrive with the Vanilla Mi 9T on June 12th.
The Geekbench list, which was released interestingly on Friday, not only revealed the existence of the Mi 9T Pro but also revealed the key specifications of the Mi 9T Pro. The list shows that the phone is out of the box, running Android 9 Pie, powered by an eight-core SoC and 8GB of memory. These look similar to the Redmi K20 Pro specifications listed in the Geekbench database.
In addition, the Geekbench list shows that the Mi 9T Pro unit, which has been tested with the benchmark application, has achieved a single core score of 3,453 and a multicore score of 10,363. These scores are very similar to the single-core and multi-core results of the Redmi K20 Pro. Geekbench’s Redmi K20 Pro’s 8GB RAM variant shows a single core score of 3,748 and a multicore score of 10,202.
Given the number of details we have listed through Geekbench, the Mi 9T Pro is expected to debut as a global version of the Redmi K20 Pro. This is similar to the way the Redmi K20 is supposed to arrive globally as Mi 9T. The Mi 9T Pro Geekbench was first discovered by MySmartPrice.
Xiaomi did not disclose any details about the Mi 9T Pro. Therefore, it is safe to use salt for the latest development.
At the same time, Xiaomi will officially launch Mi 9T on June 12. It is rumoured that the phone will be launched in the Philippines, starting at 19,000 Philippine pesos (about 25,500 rupees).