The smartphone is in many ways similar to the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max – it also has a 6.67-inch “Cinematic Screen” display with a round hole in the top. The front and back of the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the main unit on the back are covered with 5th generation Corning Gorilla Glass. There is also a 3.5 mm headphone jack, USB-C and infrared port on board. The fingerprint reader is also located on the side (right) edge.
Redmi Note 9 Pro is equipped with a Quadruple 48 MP camera (Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW2 sensor) + 8 MP with a super wide angle lens with a viewing angle of 119° + 5 MP for macro photography + 2 MP for depth detection. Users will also benefit from “super” image stabilization during video recording (applies to the first two cameras mentioned above). The selfie camera has a resolution of 16 Mpix.
The bezels appear to be relatively small, although not exaggeratedly so considering the fact that they belong to a phone from the mid-range. The same is true for the notch, which is quite noticeable and can irritate the eye of sensitive users.
The presence of a Qualcomm processor is very welcome. Redmi will use the relatively fresh Snapdragon 720G, which will support 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of user data space. It is worth mentioning that Redmi Note 9 Pro scored 274 thousand points in AnTuTu.
The technical specification is complemented by a 5020 mAh battery with a fast 18W charge, microSD card slot and a USB-C Port. The smartphone priced at $192 will be available in Aurora Blue, Glacier White and Interstellar Black in India.
It’s not yet known how much will the phone cost in other markets, such as in North America, but we are expecting that this information will be released soon and we’re definitely expecting it to be released on the American and European markets shortly after the Indian release.