June 13, 2024

Redmi Note 9 To Be Launched In India Soon

Xiaomi is one of the most popular smartphone brands in India that offers products of appreciable quality at quite an affordable cost. The Xiaomi fans in India are eagerly waiting for the launch of Redmi Note 9, as the device has been launched in the global market already. While the other variants of the Note 9 series, including the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, and the Redmi Note 9 Pro are available in India, the Note 9 is still to be launched. We here try to present to you some information about the phone and its launch time to end your anxiety, and to help you know more about the upcoming offering.

Redmi Note 9’s Speculated Features

Redmi Note 9 is speculated to conform to the existing large screen trend and will have a 6.53-inch full-HD-plus display and the IPS LCD screen. The back of the phone might be located a quad-camera setup, and the fingerprint sensor will be right below the camera. The camera setup will include a 14 MP primary camera sensor, and an 8mp ultra-wide sensor. Two cameras of 2MP resolution (for depth sensing and micro sensing) will also be present on the phone. The selfie camera will have a 13 MP configuration.

A massive 5020 MH battery and support for 18 watts fast charging will be present on the phone. Redmi Note 9 is speculated to have the Mediatek Helios G85 chipset, which is currently the fastest used in the budget phones. 6 cores of the Octa-core chipset will be clocked at 1.8 gigahertz and 2 at 2 gigahertz.


The Redmi Note 9  will be a substantial upgrade to the Note 8 in terms of features, and the price will hence also increase. Note 9 might be available in India at a starting price of INR 13,000.

Launch Date

Coming back to the real news issue, speculations reveal that the Redmi Note 9 will be launched in India in the third week of July and somewhere around July 14th,  2020.

Vedant Kumar

Currently I'm working as an Implementation Engineer, Started my career as an System Administrator - Linux. Additionally loves to explore new technologies and research about new open-source software that ease the development cycle.

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