Redmi today announced its much-awaited mid-range series of smartphones in India. Redmi a sub-brand of Xiaomi often launches its most popular Note series first in China and later in India. But this time around, the company decided to honor India by launching its Note series first in India. Interestingly, Xiaomi had become the largest selling smartphone brand in India by volume, by beating Samsung.
Under the Redmi series, Redmi announced two smartphones, the Redmi Note 9 Pro and the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, both having the latest 8-nm based Snapdragon 720G supporting NavIC.
Both the phones have the same design and screen size of 6.67-inches. The screen is an IPS LCD panel with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection at both front and back. The front camera is positioned at the top center of the screen in a punch-hole display. The Note 9 Pro has a 16MP front camera while Max has a 32MP front camera.
Both Note 9 Pro and Pro Max have the same rear camera arrangement, the only difference is the primary sensor. The Note 9 Pro Max has a 64MP (primary)+8MP(ultra-wide)+5MP (macro)+2MP (depth sensing) camera setup and the Note 9 Pro has a 48MP (primary)+ 8MP(ultra-wide)+ 5MP (macro)+2MP (depth sensing) camera setup.
Both the Smartphones will be available in three color variants, Aurora Blue, Glacier White, Interstellar Black.
The Note 9 Pro comes in two storage variants, 4GB+64GB for Rs 12,999 ($175), 6GB+128GB for Rs15,999 ($215).
And the Note 9 Pro Max comes in three storage variants, 6GB+64GB for Rs14,999 ($202), 6GB+128GB for Rs 16,999 ($229), 8GB+128GB for Rs18,999 ($256).
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