The business of other things might have gone down because of Coronavirus, but it has not stopped the Xiaomi (Mi) Mobiles in India. Xiaomi had launched Redmi Note 9 last week and it now has brought Redmi Note 9 Pro and Redmi Note 9 Pro Max. The phones are launched with some massive updates, both hardware, and software. The phone is way better than the company’s previous launch Redmi Note 8. The camera and battery of Note 9 is better than that of Xiaomi Mi 8 Youth.
The phone is on sale for the first time after the launch. The phone is expected to go out of stock within minutes and you may not even get it for a few months. This has always been the case with Redmi phones. Even though two variants of the phone are launched, it is more economical to purchase Redmi Note 9 Pro (4GB RAM, 64GB Storage and INR 12,999 Price) than Redmi Note 9 Pro Max (6GB RAM, 128GB Storage and INR 15,999 Price). All color variants are available for sale.
The phone has a big 6.67-inch display with a 1080p resolution of its IPS LCD display screen. Instead of the notch, the phone has a punch-hole cutout for its selfie camera. Although its sunlight clarity is not great but the display is bright. The dimensions of the phone are in 20:9 that provides a good grip on the phone.
The Redmi Note 9 comes with a powerful 5020mAh battery which is the most powerful battery ever put in any Redmi phone. The standby time of the phone is said to be 2 days with usage.
The phone has Snapdragon 720G powerful processor that does not let the phone to stutter or lag in daily usage. The device comes with the latest OS of Xiaomi, MIUI 11. The OS and processor will keep the graphic intensive games like PUBG and Call of Duty running in high quality.
The 48 Megapixel camera may look like a degradation from that in Redmi Note 8 but the Samsung GW2 sensor can capture the colors more vibrantly. The 5-MP macro camera clicks more clear pictures.