Almost all the reports on the technical specs of the Xiaomi Mi Play smartphone that is scheduled to go official on Dec. 24 have surfaced in the recent reports. However, none of the reports have confirmed on the similar name chipset that powers the Mi Play. Some have guessed that it could possibly be featuring the MediaTek Helio 90 chipset whereas some have claimed that it might be featuring the unannounced Sd 730 chipset. Flowed out pictures of which appears such as release slides of the Xiaomi Mi Play smartphone have been shared a Weibo user. The flowed out slides demonstrate the pricing and primary features which include the chipset.
The first slide reveals that the Xiaomi Mi Play is powered by MediaTek’s annual flagship chipset. The 64 GB and 128 GB storage editions of the Mi Play function 6 GB of RAM. The handset is fitted with a 5.84-inch waterdrop notch screen. It attributes 3,000mAh battery to keep the lighting on. The leaked slide also claims that the cameraphone will be out there free internet open for the entire year. The smartphone is offered at 1,699 Yuan (~$246) in China and by paying 99 Yuan (~$14), its users could avail 12 months accident insurance.
The second slide moreover states that the Mi Play that carries a value tag of 1,699 Yuan (~$246) is driven by MediaTek Helio flagship chipset. There is no confirmation on whether the pricing belongs to the base model featuring 6 GB RAM + 64 GB storage or the higher model with 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage.
The higher than slide again reveals that the phone will be out there in colour gradient choices. Xiaomi President Lin Bin has presently shared official photos of the Dream Blue and Dawn Gold gradient colour models. The rear side of the cameraphone is equipped with AI enabled 12-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual camera setup.
The third picture has the contents that are stated in the first slide. So, which could be the MediaTek Helio annual flagship chipset that powers the Xiaomi Mi Play handset? Could it be the newly reported Helio P90 chipset? The Helio P90 is made up of two Cortex A75 cores working at 2.2 GHz and six Cortex A55 clocking at 2 GHz. The SoC has PowerVR GM 9446 graphics and support for Google AR Core. Further more leaks showing up before the launch of the Mi Play are coming to confirm on the similar moniker of its chipset.