The launch of Redmi Note 9 took place on a YouTube live stream this afternoon, and it was a show of great colour and complexity. All MI fans in the country were taken on a detailed tour of the brand new phone, and the good people of Xiaomi brandished their social responsibility parallelly. The “Naya Note” bore the seal of “The Undisputed Champion”, and rightly so. Let’s find out why.
Redmi Note 9 comes with a 48MP quad-cam array, and also a 13MP front camera moulded into the display. It has a 6.53-inch full HD+ dot display and has an “Aura Balance Design” that is built for the modern ergonomic needs. It functions on the MediaTek Helio G85 processor and is the first smartphone in India to do so. Lastly, the Redmi Note 9 sports a giant 5020 mAH fast-charging battery for rigorous use.
Design and Durability
Redmi Note 9 comes with a Corning Gorilla Glass 5 upfront, and the same cover the camera array. There is also the P2i Nano Coating on the screen, which makes it spill-proof.
It has (everyone’s favorite) the 3.5mm headphone jack, along with a 2 + 1 sim slot, expandable storage upto 512GB, and an IR blaster. The 6.53inch FHD display provides an immersive experience for gaming and binge-watching. The body is covered with a 4-micron Graphite sheet for thermal dissipation and the prevention of other overheating issues.
Redmi Note 9 is the first smartphone in India to use the MediaTek Helio G85 processor, whose AnTuTu score is unparalleled in a local competition. This stands to create access to HD Online gaming for MI users.
Redmi Note 9 has a 48MP quad-cam array, which puts it in the frontrunners’ slot for camera quality.
The 48MP sensor is half an inch in size and has an aperture of f/1.79.
The second camera is the 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, with reachability of 1180. The third camera is responsible for the clean-cut portrait mode which was avidly described by Redmi presenters to be “chummeshwari” for its almost-sentient features which can provide incredible bokeh and portraits. The fourth camera is the 2MP Macro camera with a focus ability for upto 2 cm.
Also included are the Document Scanner mode, the Pro-Colour Mode, Movie mode with 21:9 aspect ratio, and the Pro-Video mode, which allows users to make state-of-the-art videos.
The dot Selfie Camera, which can also be used for facial unlock, comes with a stunning portrait mode as well as a panorama selfie feature. It is located on the top-left corner of the display.
Redmi Note 9 boasts an impeccable 5020mAH battery, which translates into approximately 2 days of usage, or 13+ hours of gaming, or 26+ hours of video playback. The smartphone comes with an in-box 22.5W fast charger, and it also allows for 9W Reverse Charging.
Following the online launch on 20th July, the Redmi Note 9 will hit markets on 24th July 2020. This will include online markets of AMAZON and Mi.com. It comes in three colors, namely Aqua Green, Pebble Grey, and Arctic White.
The 4GB, 64GB variant will cost INR 11,999 and the 6GB, 128GB variant will cost INR 14,999
Xiaomi assures all safety protocols being authorized for the sale of this brand-new “undisputed champion”.