Xiaomi-owned Redmi launched the Redmi Note 9 series this year. 5 smartphones have already arrived in this series. Now the company is preparing to introduce some more devices in the Redmi Note 9 lineup before the launch of the upgraded series.
Now the general manager of the Redmi brand and the president of Xiaomi Group China, Lu Weibing has given information related to the phones coming in the new Weibo post. He has told that in the coming days, Redmi Note 9 series smartphones will be launched. He teased new surprise products for the Double 11 sale in China. These phones of Redmi can be launched under the name Redmi Note 9 Standard or Base Edition and Redmi Note 9 High-Edition. Recently, information related to both these phones was also leaked.
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Talking about the latest leak, it was revealed that the standard edition will have a 6.53 inch LCD panel with a punch-hole at the top right corner. The aspect ratio of the screen will be 20: 9. MediaTek Dimension 800U chipset can be given in the phone.
Talking about photography, the phone will have a triple rear camera with 13 megapixel front and 48 megapixel primary camera. According to the leak, a 5000mAh battery can be given in the phone which will come with 22.5 watt fast charging support.
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6.67 inch full HD + display can be given in Redmi Note 9 High Edition. Whose resolution will be 2400 x 1080 pixels, refresh rate 120 Hz and touch sampling rate 240 Hz. This handset can be given 4820mAh battery with Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor. The battery will come with 33 watt fast charging technology support.
Quad rear camera setup can be given on the rear in this phone. According to reports, this will be the world’s first smartphone with Samsung’s HM2 108MP sensor. Talk about the front, then the phone will have a 16-megapixel selfie camera. Looking at the specifications, it is known that the Redmi Note 9 High-Edition will be a rebranded version of Xiaomi Mi 10T launched in September this year.