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This product has a FreakScore of 9.6 out of 10 based on 751 scores.
The company will likely lose out on sales to Samsung’s A-series and other phones with higher name recognition and retail penetration in Australia, but those who do decide to order a Mi9T will likely be pleased with their decision. Read more
If you shop around, you’ll probably find the Mi 9T starting at about the $440 mark for the 64GB model and through to $649 on the Mi-Store for the 128GB model. The pricing is pretty attractive, particularly when compared to the Note 10, S10, latest batch of Pixel’s or even Huawei devices that cost... Read more