Just recently, Xiaomi launched two mid-range entry-level smartphones – Redmi: Redmi Note 9T and Redmi 9T. Redmi Note 9T is actually the first 5G smartphone from the Redmi Note series, integrating dual SIM 5G. The two smartphones offer better battery performance without compromising their design nor camera performance.
Redmi Note 9T integrates astonishing an advanced processor with 5G performance. Its MediaTek Dimensity 5G-integrated 800U SoC chipset, makes Redmi Note 9T faster and surprisingly, with very low power consumption. The Redmi Note 9T charges quickly at 18W and has a 22.5W charger in the box.
The smartphone has a premium design, featuring a 6.53 ”FHD + DotDisplay screen and Unibody 3D curved back. Users will experience a better grip and more fingerprint resistance due to textured polycarbonate back offers.
In terms of photo capabilities, the phone is outfitted with a triple setup of 48MP cameras on the back, a 2MP depth sensor and 2MP macro lenses. Its large half-inch sensor and flagship ISP architecture provide refined image quality and faster processing.
Redmi Note 9T is available in two captivating color variants – Nightfall Black and Daybreak Purple.
Redmi 9T was obviously designed as a photography smartphone, integrating a quadruple setup of 48MP AI cameras. Users can shoot both large groups and landscapes, encompassing everything in frame due to its 8MP ultra-wide camera, while the 2MP macro lens and 2MP depth sensor allow beautiful close-up shots with a bokeh effect. Its new “movie frame” mode provides a cinematic effect, while the “time-lapse” can capture creative time-lapse.
The phone integrates a 6,000mAh battery and a Qualcomm® Snapdragon ™ 662 chipset. Reduced heating and lower power consumption are also on the table due to its 11nm processor. Just like the Redmi Note 9T, the Redmi 9T charges fast at 18W and has a 22.5W charger in the box.
Redmi 9T has Widevine L1 and TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light certifications and comes in four different color variants: Carbon Gray, Twilight Blue, Sunrise Orange and Ocean Green.
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