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Xiaomi Mi 9T Glacier Blue Global Version 6GB 128GB $467 Delivered (HK) @ Tobydeals


Not seeing alot of deals nowadays for Xiaomi devices and people keep complaining about B28 (700Mhz) so this post is to resolve both issues. Tobydealsau's "Welcome" code is still working so you can use it to take $10 off an order.

If you want a MI 9T quick and cheap

Carbon Black 6GB/64GB is $439 - $10 = $429

Cheap 6GB/128GB

Glacier Blue version with 6GB/128GB is $477 - $10 = $467

Xiaomi Mi 9T (Redmi K20) comes with a 6.39-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2340 pixels.The Xiaomi Mi 9T (Redmi K20) is powered by Snapdragon 730 processor and it comes with 6GB of RAM. The phone packs 64GB/128GB of internal storage. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Xiaomi Mi 9T (Redmi K20) packs a 48 + 13 +8 megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 20-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

Xiaomi Mi 9T (Redmi K20) runs Android 9.0 and is powered by a 4000mAh non removable battery. It measures 156.7 x 74.3 x 8.8 mm and weighs 191 grams.

OS Android 9.0
Processor Snapdragon 730
Internal storage 64GB/128GB
2G Network

☑  850MHZ
☑  900MHZ
☑  1800MHZ
☑  1900MHZ

3G Network

☑  850MHZ
☑  900MHZ
☑  1700MHZ
☑  1900MHZ
☑  2100MHZ

4G Network

☑  (B28) 700MHZ
☑  (B20) 800MHZ
☑  850MHZ
☑  900MHZ
☑  1700MHZ
☑  1800MHZ
☑  1900MHZ
☑  2100MHZ
☑  2300MHZ
☑  2600MHZ

SIM card size Nano-SIM
Dual sim Dual Sim Stand-By
Ports USB Type-C
Touch LCD Yes
Screen size 6.39 inches
Screen pixel density 403 ppi
Screen resolution 1080 x 2340
Primary 48+13+8 Megapixel
Secondary 20 Megapixel
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth V5.0
Capacity 4000 mAh
Dimensions (L x H x W) 8.8 mm x 156.7 mm x 74.3 mm
Weight (with battery) 191 g

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  • +12 votes

    This is the price range most phones should be! Cannot justify paying over $1000 for a phone.

  • +3 votes

    I wished this had the IR blaster

    • +1 vote

      Agreed, that is almost a requirement for me
      And had been the biggest stopper of me buying a mi9t


      what do you need an IR blaster for?


        Think anything that has an IR remote control, like TV, AirCon,etc can be controlled with your phone, if it has an IR Blaster. AFAIK only the P30 Pro has one from the flagship 2019 models

      • +2 votes

        For me:

        At home

        • Ancient plasma TV with no CEC
        • Gas heater
        • Fan

        At work

        • Air conditioning

        Everywhere else

        • TV and stereos at parents and grandparents
        • pub TV when everybody is watching the footy :^)

    does the 9t work with bank app nfc payment?

  • +1 vote

    Was $11 cheaper last weekend. Or if u can wait for an eBay deal (like 15% off last time), can get one @ 400. Still decent price though.

    • +5 votes

      7272wil was the only ebay plus seller that stocked the Mi9T at a good price ($400) during the last 15% off sale. Unfortunately, they are the devil and never respond to any questions. I asked them to confirm their Mi9Ts had Band 28 & to confirm they had stock, but zero response.

  • +1 vote

    My experience with TobyDeals so far:

    Its been almost 2 weeks and today i just received notice that my order is packing… God knows how long it will take for it to change to ship…


      I bought the Xiaomi Mi 9T from TobyDeals about a month ago for $428 delivered with insurance. Took around a week to get it shipped as they were waiting on stock. After they shipped took about another 1 1/2 weeks as I believe they ship from China. All in all, great phone for the price.


        I recently bought a Mi 9 (about 2 weeks ago).

        From ordering to receiving it, took less than a week.

        I would buy again from this shop.

  • +2 votes

    Shipping with Toby can be hit & miss. For example, as of today, they have no stock of the Mi9T (I emailed and asked) even though their website says "in-stock". Once the phone ships it will arrive within 3 days but, the shipping can take a while. I highly recommend emailing them about stock before ordering, especially for new sought after phones like the Mi9T..


    This or Motorola G7 plus?
    Which would be better, I play games slot at work?????


    Is MI 9T instore anywhere in Aus?


      Nope. All phones available to us are global grey imports. I beleive Xiaomi won't release it in Aus officially as they are afraid it will cut into the sales of their top tier Mi9 too much, which is a pretty fair assumption (though would be the case in all markets, so why are we so "special"??).

      Given this, I'm not holding out hopes Aus gets the Mi 9T Pro (SD855 version) either. Unless they give the Mi9 a price cut, which I guess could happen.


      FYI, if you're still looking, it's in JB atm. But a lot more expensive ($699).


    Does anyone know if TobyDeals charges GST as I'm looking to claim TRS on it?

    Thanks all

    BTW I just saw a banner on the website for the code "THANKYOU" which gets you -$18 on $600+ purchase, -$12 on $450 and -$6 on $280.


    $5 extra to get a tempered glass screen for the Carbon Black colour


    also, as tof mentioned, use the code THANKYOU for $12 off instead of WELCOME for $10 off - just not sure if they're both CashRewards compatible (1.40%) BUT if you'd rather get CashRewards (for some crazy reason) you can use CF5JUL for $5 off.

  • -1 vote

    Is this phone easy to self repair?
    I've repairs nothing, but heard Samsung galaxy is hard & iPhone is easy.
    My screens and batteries don't seem to last a year.


      Almost all modern decent smartphones are made with metal and glass sandwich, the glass can be broken if you use traditional methods like prying without heat.

      Plenty of YouTube videos on how to take apart modern phones so IMO it's not any harder than iPhone or samsungs.

      Plenty of teardown videos or even Jerry Rigg video online.



    Says no B28 here. Can someone please confirm? 700mhz doesn't automatically mean b28, it could be B29 or B12.

    But it showing b28 here.


    would appreciate if someone can confirm. thanks.

    • +1 vote

      I have been unable to get a proper, final answer on this topic. Xiaomi’s own website states the 9T has Band 28. The general consensus is that all 9Ts have Band 28. However, several ebay sellers have categorically stated their model does not include Band 28 (particularly the EU versions). I posed this question over at XDA but no one is sure.

      So, the safest thing to do is ask the seller for clarification. This is made a little more difficult given the bands are not written anywhere on the box, but instead, are on a leaflet inside the box.

      Toby is definitely selling the Band 28 (700Mhz) model.


    Not sure why asking if there was an NFC would get negs?…🙄 It was obvious the posting didn't show…

    • +1 vote

      We talked about NFC in the comments before she/he posted, I didn’t neg personally but if they read the comments they could have answered their own question.

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