Xiaomi M1906GT certified in China, could come with Helio G90T, and 64MP camer

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Redmi Helio G90T

A new Xiaomi made smartphone has just been certified in China by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). It is listed with the model number M1906GT, and that is about all that was revealed about the upcoming device.

While this is apparently an upcoming Xiaomi phone that will be hitting the shelves soon, it is imperative to know we that its identity and other details are at the moment scares. However, some industry insider has concluded that the Xiaomi M1906GT could be the Helio G90T could power the device.

Both Xiaomi and its Redmi brand had earlier following the  Helio G90T and G90 mobile SoCs confirmed they will be launching an Helio G90T powered phone, so perhaps, this is the device in question.

Could Xiaomi’s first Helio G90T powered smartphone be the Redmi Note 8? Reports and rumors suggest so, and what is more, it could come with a 64MP camera sensor – making it the second brand working on putting the Helio G90 inside its smartphone. Realme-  a spin-off OPPO brand could beat the Xiaomi backed plans Redmi, as it has announced its 64MP camera event for August 85h. That is just a day after the much anticipated Galaxy Note 10.

Helio G90T

The Helio G90T and G90 are MediaTek’s first gaming SoC aimed at gaming. Both SoCs are based on a 12nm FinFET design with octa-core CPU clocked at up to 2.05GHz that consists of ARM’s Cortex-A55 and Cortex-A76 cores – the same on Qualcomm and Huawei’s latest flagship SoC(SD 855 and 675). But unlike Huawei’s and Qualcomm’s offering, the G90 and G90T are both aimed at delivering premium features and performance on devices that don’t necessarily carry premium price tags.

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