The original 1,499 (about 16,830 rupees) for the 8GB RAM / 128GB storage variant and for the 8GB RAM / 256GB storage variant.
Redmi Note 8 5G runs MIUI 12 based Android 10 out of the box and assembles with a 4820mAh battery and 33W fast charging support. To recall, the Redmi Note 9 has a 6.53-inch IPS LCD panel with FHD+ resolution. The Note 9 Pro offers 6 different refresh rates ranging from 30Hz to 120Hz.
From the front, both devices look similar due to the centred hole punch full-screen display with a big chin.
For starters, it is NFC-enabled and supports Bluetooth 5.0 LE.
The handset draws power from a MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor, combined with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. There is a 5,000 mAh battery unit.
The Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G on the other will come with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. On the front, it features a 16MP sensor for taking selfies. It is just the punch-hole cutout that has been moved from the center to the top left.
Under the hood, the handset is powered by a Snapdragon 662 chipset, coupled with up to 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. At the same time, Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G has been launched for 1599 Yuan i.e. Rs 17,944.19.
In terms of specs, the ZTE Watch Live offers a TFT display of 1.3-inch in size and of 240x240 pixels resolution.
The third in the Redmi Note 9 series, the Redmi Note 9 4G does bring a lot of beef but mixed with a few shortcomings here and there. This phone has a 13-megapixel selfie camera as well as a triple rear camera setup with 48-megapixel primary sensor, which has an 8-megapixel ultra wide sensor and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. This could arrive as the successor to Redmi Note 9 to India. The phone features a 3.5mm headphone jack and stereo speakers. It's now only being sold in China for 299 Yuan (about RM185) starting December 1. The phone also arrives in 6GB/128GB and 8GB/128GB configurations for CNY 1,100 (Roughly Rs 12,350) and CNY 1,300 (Roughly Rs 14,600), respectively.
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