Earlier today Xiaomi officially announced the Mi 9 arrival on February 20. There are seven days until the official announcement, but the device already popped up in hands-on images, revealing the three-cam setup. The colorful accent around the camera is also visible and the back panel seems to have a unique paint job.
The front of the Xiaomi Mi 9 will have a waterdrop notch for the selfie camera. Having such a small cutout means no more 3D face-scanning technology, introduced with the Mi 8 Pro. The bezels from all sides look minimal, with the bottom one being slightly thicker than the rest.
Xiaomi is also about to introduce a button for the voice assistant. The Mi 9 has a trigger on the left side for Xiaoai (also spelled Xiao AI). The leakster initially suggested the three-cam setup with 48 MP + 13 MP + 16 MP sensors. We only have to wait until next week to see if any of these is the real deal.