Redmi 9i is now authentic: How does it differ from the Redmi 9A?
Redmi 9 series units introduced ago two months, we don't blame you. Now, you'll have to learn the name of yet another after Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi 9i in India.
Despite the new moniker, the Redmi 9i is ostensibly a Redmi 9A on paper and in the flesh apart from RAM and garage buffs. The minimal amount of RAM is now pegged at 4GB, while 64GB of storage is also the lowest which you can go on the Redmi 9i. Joining this combo is a MediaTek Helio G25 mated to a 5,000mAh battery, a dual SIM slot, and a committed microSD card slot.Upfront, the Redmi 9i sports a 6. 53-inch reveal with 1,600 x 720 choice and a fairly big bezel compared to its contemporaries.At the tip, the bezel also contains a 5MP selfie camera seated within a waterdrop notch. There's also a 3. 5mm headphone port, while users will get only one 13MP camera at the rear. It runs Android 10 with Xiaomi's MIUI skin on top.The Redmi 9i will go on sale from September 18 at 12 PM IST (2:30 AM ET) on Flipkart, Xiaomi's online store, and other dealers.Three colorways can be on offer, including Midnight Black, Nature Green, and Sea Blue.The 64GB storage model will start at Rs 8,299 (~$113), while the 128GB edition will cost Rs 9,299 (~$126).That's a mild premium over its Redmi 9A sibling, but this phone is effectively a mildly upgraded 9A. Still, there is quite a few competitors in the sub-Rs 10,000 budget from other companies vying for your business.
Dated : 2020-10-30 01:49:02