Update: August 27, 2020 (3:05 AM ET): Xiaomi has launched the Redmi 9 in India. As we anticipated in our long-established article below, the phone is a rebranded Redmi 9C which introduced in Europe last month. Rumors suggested that the device could be called the Poco C3 when it involves India, but we now know that isn't the case.The Indian version of the Redmi 9C aka the Redmi 9 has a dual fundamental camera array in its place of triple rear cameras on the worldwide Redmi 9C. Again, we mentioned this in our usual article below.
The Redmi 9 might be available in India in two RAM and storage variants: 4GB RAM + 64GB storage for Rs 8,999 (~$121) and 4GB RAM + 128GB garage for Rs 9,999 (~$135). The phone also is the first to characteristic MIUI 12 out of the box in India. It has three colorways: Sky Blue, Sporty Orange, and Carbon Black.The Redmi 9 will go on sale in India starting August 31, on Xiaomi's India web page, Amazon, and other offline retail stores.Original article: August 21, 2020 (7:30 AM ET): Xiaomi is the undisputed king of rebranding smartphones. It's once in a while hard to keep up with the agency's normally reshuffling portfolio, especially when it comes to the Redmi and Poco brands.Word now has it that Xiaomi could launch the Redmi 9C in India as the Redmi 9 or Poco C3.Tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore has leaked the renders (see image above) and specs of this so-called Indian Redmi 9 model. He claims that the phone qualities the MediaTek Helio G35 chipset, a 5,000mAh battery, a 6. 53-inch LCD show, a 13MP + 2MP basic camera, and a 5MP selfie shooter.Also read: The best Android smartphones that you may get in India
These are mostly a similar specs as the Xiaomi Redmi 9C that launched in Europe last month. However, the European edition has a triple rear camera setup, while this leaked Indian Redmi 9 model is rumored to get two sensors at the back.You might think there's 1/3 camera in there, but look intently at the renders and you may see that there is just a black space where the third camera might be. Tipster Ishan Agarwal also corroborated this detail.Sudhanshu Ambhore/Xiaomi
Elsewhere, the leaked phone looks precisely just like the Redmi 9C with its square camera bump and actual fingerprint sensor.Previously, a phone called the Poco C3 also gave the impression on the Bluetooth SIG web page with a model number matching that of the Redmi 9C. Folks over at XDA Developers have discovered that the Poco C3 and Redmi 9C have similar codenames and will carefully resemble one another.Given all this facts and hypothesis, it's clear that Xiaomi could be rebranding the Redmi 9C in India. The agency has proven that it will launch a new Redmi 9 phone in India on August 27.We'll just ought to wait and notice if it's a similar device as the leaked renders.
Dated : 2020-11-09 13:49:02
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