Redmi Note 9 launches in India on March 12

Redmi Note 9 launches in India on March 12

Xiaomi’s Redmi Note lineup of devices is undoubtedly one of the most popular series from the Chinese manufacturers. The mid-range devices are known to offer great hardware at a compelling price and, as a result, they’ve been among the best selling devices from the company. For instance, the Redmi Note 7 was among the top 10 best selling smartphones of 2019 and the Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro were among the top 10 best selling smartphones in Q4 2019. Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 8 (review) and Note 8 Pro (review) in China back in August last year, featuring a Snapdragon 665 SoC and MediaTek Helio G90T SoC, respectively. The devices were launched in India late last year in October and Xiaomi managed to sell 1 million units of the two devices within a month of launch. Now, according to a recent tweet from Xiaomi’s Global VP and MD Xiaomi India, Manu Kumar Jain, the company is planning to launch the Redmi Note 9 in India on March 12.

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In the tweet, Jain reveals that the next Redmi Note device launches on March 12 and the accompanying image has a large number 9 with four cameras in between. This confirms that the company will be launching the Redmi Note 9 series at the event. The tweet further reveals that the upcoming Redmi Note 9 will lay strong emphasis on the cameras and will offer “ProCamerasMaxPerformance”. As of now, Xiaomi hasn’t confirmed if it’ll be launching both the Redmi Note 9 and Note 9 Pro at the launch event, but considering past trends, it’s safe to assume that the company might launch both the devices together. Interestingly though, the Redmi Note 9 series hasn’t been launched in China yet so we currently don’t have any information about its specifications or pricing.

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A Literature and Linguistics graduate with a keen interest in everything Android. When not writing about tech, Pranob spends most of his time either playing League of Legends or lurking on Reddit.

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