Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 5G, Note 9 Pro 5G appear on TENAA with full specs and photos
Earlier today we saw a leak, suggesting a vanilla Redmi Note 9 5G is incoming, as well as a Pro variant. Both phones have now popped up on TENAA with their specs, confirming the leak was correct.
The Xiaomi M2007J22C is the vanilla Redmi Note 9 5G and it comes with a CPU that goes up to 2.4GHz, matching the reported Dimensity 800U chipset. There are three RAM and three more storage options - 4/6/8 GB and 64/128/256 GB, opening the door for plenty of combinations to match every price range.
On the outside we see a 6.53” LCD with 1080p resolution, while on the inside sits a 5,000 mAh battery.
The main camera on the back will have a 48MP sensor and the front one inside a punch hole in the upper left corner will pack a 13MP imager.
The Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G goes under the model number M2007J17C and looks a lot like the Mi 10T Lite 5G from the back. It looks like the chipset is going to be Snapdragon 750G, while RAM can go up to 12GB and be paired with 256GB storage.
TENAA also confirms the 108MP main camera and the 16MP selfie cam, positioned in the center.
The phones are yet to be unveiled in China and we have no official word when that would happen, but thanks to the listing we know to expect a whole rainbow of colors - Black, Red, Blue, Pink, White, Green, Purple, and Gray/Silver.
- 22 Nov 2020
Is that come with global version ?
- 09 Nov 2020
That's xiaomi capability, they flood the market with affordable phones unlike other brands that are overpriced. Better for the customer and phone industry competition.
- 09 Nov 2020
I'd love to know how many phones xiaomi/redmi/poco have released this year. I'm going to say that it's well over 50. It's probably over 75. I don't understand it. It seems crazy