Back in November, Xiaomi introduced a trio of Redmi Note 9 smartphones in China. However, they are completely different from the devices released earlier this year.
For that reason, we knew that it would be just a matter of time until a global release for those devices. A couple of days ago, Xiaomi introduced the Mi 10i that is an Indian version of the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G.
The Redmi 9T is a rebranded version of the Chinese Redmi Note 9 4G. The device flaunts a 6.53-inch IPS LCD with 2,400 x 1,080 pixels of resolution and a waterdrop notch solution. The cutout serves as a house for the 8MP selfie snapper. The device’s screen is on par with some devices like the Redmi Note 8 and Redmi 9.
Moving around to the back, the device packs a rectangular cutout for the Quad-Camera setup. The design language is a first for the Redmi series, and interestingly, it brings a small upgrade over the Redmi Note 9 4G. Just like the Indian Redmi 9 Power (another rebranding), the Redmi 9T brings four cameras instead of the three present in the CN version.
The Redmi 9T retails at €159 for the variant with 4GB and 64GB of Storage. The model with 4G of RAM and 128GB of storage will set you back by €189. If you want NFC in any of these versions, it will cost an extra €10.
The device will be available in multiple countries across Europe. Indian customers already have the Redmi 9 Power that is basically the same device.
In terms of pics I do like the city of Arnhem, these kinds of structures are nice to shoot! (downsize of the Netherlands.... no hill inside, the highest hill we have are curbs😂)— Jermaine | Concept Creator (@CConceptCreator) January 22, 2021
taken on the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9T
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