Xiaomi confirms Redmi Note 9T launch date - it is January 8

04 January 2021
The phone will be unveiled at 12PM GMT in the UK.

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  • Jesvin

Duh, it's not that the camera island is similar to the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G, it is a REBRANDED REDMI NOTE 9 5G!

  • Anonymous

Kashan Ashraf, 04 Jan 2021Hope it will come under 42k in Pakistan Ill buy it.You are mad?? 42k is a huge price for this phone... Poco X3 NFC is already available in this price which is amazing in everything... This phone should be near 30k...

  • Anonymous

Plastic back, weak camera, no NFC, 18w charging only, this should be no more than 199 euros!!

  • Mampara

Too many rebranding of same fones. Why can't it be unique

  • Hello 2021

Anonymous, 04 Jan 2021Never will I buy a China product.I will always buy China products

Supposed to be on 10 series now

Titodz, 04 Jan 2021What is the point of this phonenothing.

Oppaii, 04 Jan 2021I understand you but I think you can avoid all Chinese prod... moreCan't*



Smh why editing comment is still not a thing here in GSMA

Anonymous, 04 Jan 2021Never will I buy a China product.I understand you but I think you can avoid all Chinese product.

Just don't products from large chinese brands ig

Redmi Note 9 Pro 5g went globally under 'Mi' name, hence the price isn't budget conscious to be fair.

Redmi Note 9 5g on the other hand is still under the 'Redmi' branding globally, I hope they price it sensibly unlike the Mi10i, or the K series.

  • Anonymous

This is 516th Redmi Note 9 Xiaomi is launching

What is the point of this phone

Does this mean that Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G will rebrand to Redmi Note 9T Pro for global market or they'll stick with Mi 10T Lite for global?

  • Sameer

Redmi note 9T please give us 32/3 and 64/4 please

  • Kashan Ashraf

Hope it will come under 42k in Pakistan
Ill buy it.

  • Adonis

Release a phone that can read body temperature..

  • anr

what 4GB of Ram?

what tf?

still in series of Redmi Note 9 family ??

this is 2021

Anonymous, 04 Jan 2021Never will I buy a China product.One experience doesn't mean all are bad. Nice phones come from China, anyway. So, this makes little sense.

  • Anonymous

Never will I buy a China product.