Redmi Note 9 Pro First Impressions 2020

Geometry today is because of its budget's Redmi series power and the ability to continuously improve the features and specifications of the phone, not to put too much value. The company is proud of how Redmi Note models have consistently targeted price points with ambitious features such as better cameras, larger batteries and higher quality screens. Redmi Note 9 Pro has just been launched, and fans have already waited weeks to find out exactly how Xiaomi will raise this bar again.

In terms of the stratospheric success of its predecessors, the Redmi Note 8 Pro (Review) and the Redmi Note 7 Pro (Review), it's no surprise that Xiaomi has already refreshed the line. New competition in the form of the Realme 6 Series and Samsung's latest M-Series models have resulted in some interesting choices - the Redmi Note 9 Pro looks better than the other options, not lagging behind every little specification, improving the whole package and keeping prices low.




Redmi Note 9 Pro

Redmi Note 9 Pro


Let's start with the look of the Redmi Note 9 Pro - Xiaomi unveils its 'Aula Balance' design philosophy, drawing eye-popping patterns and gradients for a smooth and crisp finish. The running theme here is symmetry - there's a squared-off quad camera module on the back, with a flash and redmi logo in the center below. According to Shaomi, weight distribution is perfectly symmetrical.

The Redmi Note 9 Pro will be available in Aurora Blue, Interstellar Black and Glacier White. The finish is very shiny and reflective, and we have to say that our Aurora Blue unit is a lot brighter and lighter than the box image. We found that the finish is very sensitive to fingerprint marks. The frame is also a matching color and is made of polycarbonate.

While it's true that the Redmi Note 9 Pro doesn't look or feel like a budget phone, it's not the easiest device to hold and use. It is 8.8mm thick and weighs 209g, which is pretty good on average. Turning slightly backwards slightly. Fortunately, the back is not slippery so this phone is not that hard to grip.


The front and rear of this phone are made of Gorilla Glass 5. The size and weight are basically .6 .-- Thanks to the 8-inch screen and the 120mAh battery, which is the largest of both the Redmi Note series. These are features that look good on paper but may not be suitable for everyone.

Xiaomi uses a 60Hz 1080x2400-pixel IPS LCD panel on this phone, which is a bit surprising considering that competitors are pressing higher refresh rates. Xiaomi told Gadgets 360 that it's a non-essential feature that many people can't detect, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G processor isn't high enough to run it in a meaningful way, and the battery life's trade-off is not worth it. It is interesting to note the different approaches taken between Xiaomi and Realm, and our full review of Redmi Note 9 Pro will explore it.

The hole-punch front camera is centered at the top of the screen and is fairly large. This is something that will become accustomed to. The power button on the right has an integrated fingerprint sensor, which preserves the appearance of the rear panel somewhat, but will be awkward for left-handed users. Volume buttons are unfortunately placed on top of the power button, making them completely out of reach while the phone is normally holding.

Below you will find a USB Type-C port, speaker and 3.5mm audio socket. The tray on the left can hold two nano-SIMs as well as a microSD card. Xiaomi's trademark is at the top of the infrared emitter.

Concerning the lenses, Xiaomi says that the new Snapdragon 720G processor is superbly powered and is a big step up from the 600০০-series Snapdragon SC usually seen at this core level. Redmi Note 9 Pro with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage is available for Rs. 12,999, or 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage Rs. 15.999.

You get an 18W charger in the box and the Redmi Note 9 Pro supports standard USB power delivery chargers. Another interesting touch is support for the Indian Naval Satellite Navigation System. There is also Wi-Fi AC and Bluetooth 5 as software, MIUI 11 is running on top of Android 10.

Xiaomi has taken a 48-megapixel primer rear camera that uses the new Samsung Isocel GM2 sensor. The company says it has created this sensor's colorful tune for Indian sensitivity. This camera has a f / 1.79 aperture and can record 960fps slow-motion video as well as 4K 30fps video. The other three are 8-megapixel wide-angle cameras, a 5-megapixel macro camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. You'll find a 16-megapixel selfie shooter at the front.

Redmi Note 9 Pro is designed with content creators in mind, especially those who regularly post stories and talktalk videos. There is electronic stability for the front and rear cameras, a 21: 9 aspect ratio option, and a color option to deal with contrast and saturation.

All of these seem to be great uses for the price, and we understand why Xiaomi ignores some of the wonderful things that others offer. If you're feeling a bit obsessed, the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max is almost identical but gives you a 64-megapixel rear camera, 32-megapixel front camera, 33W fast charging (with included charger) and more RAM as the base model for a bit more money.

Contact us at Gadget360 for a full review of the Redmi Note 9 Pro's performance, software, usability, camera, battery life and more.

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