Xiaomi Redmi 9
The Redmi 9 not only inspires with its bright colours, but also with its successful equipment at a low price. With the new MediaTek Helio G80 processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM and a large 6.54 inch screen with FHD+ resolution, this smartphone offers everything a beginner needs - and much more. It's worth taking a closer look at the specifications. Check out TradingShenzhen now!
Low priced smartphone, cheap display?
No, not with Xiaomi. Even though the Redmi 9 was designed as an entry-level device, the manufacturer from the Far East makes no compromises when it comes to the display. It measures a whopping 6.54 inches and offers a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. Thanks to the FHD+ standard, digital content is played back at a magnificent 394 ppi. With a light output of 400 nits, even direct sunlight is no problem and does not affect the quality of the panel.
Modern design with gaudy colours
In view of the large display, the dimensions of the Redmi 9 are surprising. 163.32 x 77.01 x 9.1 mm, the smart everyday companion fits into almost any trouser pocket and can be classified as "compact" compared to other modern devices. The pocket size is achieved by the high screen-to-body ratio of 89.83 %. Modern is not only the drop notch on the front, but also the choice of colours for the casing. It is clear that Xiaomi is targeting the youth with the Redmi 9.
Hobby photographers watch out
The back of the housing not only convinces by the choice of colours, but also by the strong quad camera. The quartet is led by a 13 megapixel wide-angle camera with f/2.2 aperture. Panoramic pictures can be taken with the 8 megapixel ultra-wide angle camera with f/2.2 aperture. This offers a shooting angle of 118 degrees. For close-ups, the 5 megapixel macro camera can be used. The 2 megapixel depth sensor provides an attractive bokeh effect. On the front, Xiaomi has an 8 megapixel sensor with f/2.0 aperture. Using HDR and portrait mode, selfies can be shot in a wide variety of ways.
Power for casual gamers
Of course, a good camera only provides real benefits if the performance of the smartphone is also right. Here the Redmi 9 with the new MediaTek Helio G80 processor doesn't compromise. The Octa Core CPU clocks at up to 2 GHz and is accompanied by 4 GB RAM. The power pack thus offers around 107% more performance than its predecessor and is also well equipped for future app generations. Gamers will enjoy the Mali G52 GPU, which offers a clock rate of 950 MHz.
And daily to the charger?
It's a curse that the smartphone has been following since its first generation: The battery life. Xiaomi paid attention to successful energy management in the Redmi 9 and managed to achieve a battery life of around 2 days. The reason for this is of course on the one hand the large battery with a capacity of 5020 mAh. On the other hand, the power-saving components, especially the CPU, are the reason for the long battery life. If the energy runs surprisingly low, the battery can be charged with up to 18 W thanks to QuickCharge 3.0.
A complete package
Surfing at high speed is of course also possible with the Redmi 9. 4G FDD LTE standards are just as familiar to the smartphone as the 802.11 n standard. As befits a device from the year 2020, the Bluetooth 5.0 standard was built in. Also on board is an NFC chip for contactless payment. A USB-C and a 3.5 mm jack port are used as connections. To use location services like Google Maps, Xiaomi's mobile phone can access GPS, AGPS, GLONASS and Beidou. The Redmi 9 is unlocked via the fingerprint sensor on the back of the casing. Face Unlock is also possible.