- Redmi 9i could be launched in India in the coming weeks.
- The phone could be a rebadged version of the Redmi 9A.
- Redmi 9i could get a single camera set-up at the back.
After launching the Redmi 9 in India only yesterday, Xiaomi could be all set to launch a new smartphone under the line-up, the Redmi 9i. This is according to a new report which suggests the phone maker could launch the all-new Redmi 9i in the country in the coming weeks.
The information comes courtesy of popular tipster, Ishan Agarwal, who writing for Pricebaba has revealed that Xiaomi will soon be launching the Redmi 9i smartphone in India. Interestingly, he has also taken off the lid on the specifications of the device, including some key details such as RAM, storage, and even the color editions of the Redmi 9i.
Exclusive for @Pricebaba:— Ishan Agarwal (@ishanagarwal24) August 27, 2020
Xiaomi is gearing up for Redmi 9i Launch in India!
Check out the storage variants and colour options it will be available in, in the article linked below: https://t.co/qAElZN71uD
From the looks of it, the Redmi 9i could be a rebrand of the Redmi 9A that had launched in global markets earlier in the year. The report speculates that the Redmi 9 will be coming to India with at least 4GB of RAM and as much as 128 GB storage. The phone is said to be available in three colour varants -- Nature Green, Sea Blue, and Midnight Black. While there are no suggestions about the price in the report from the publications, it is expected that the Redmi 9i could start retail at Rs 7,999 in India and go up to Rs 8,999.
As for the specifications, the reports reveals some key details about the device. There are suggestions that the Redmi 9i could sport the same spec sheet as the Redmi 9A. This would see the phone come with a 6.53 inch IPS LCD panel with an aspect ratio of 20:9 and running at HD+ resolution. Underneath, the phone could be powered by the Helio G25 chipset, and much like the Redmi 9i, could come running Android 10 based MIUI 12 OS.
Other specifications of the phone could include a single rear camera set-up of 13-megapixel. There will also be a 5-megapixel selfie camera at the front. The phone will also likely get a host of connectivity options but may skip support for a fingerprint sensor. Running the device would be a 5,000mah battery with support for some form of fast charging.