As expected, they were made official Redmi 9A and 9CThese are two budget smartphones that the Asian manufacturer decided to release in Malaysia. Arriving in Europe is not excluded; for now, let’s get to know them better.
Let’s start with the differences, which are actually small but significant: the first concerns the SoC on board, in both cases signed by MediaTek. Redmi 9A runs on Helio G25, while 9C can count on Helio g35The latter also boasts triple rear view camera (The main sensor is 13 megapixels, an ultra-wide angle of 5 megapixels and a detector of depth 2 megapixels), in contrast to the “younger brother” with one cam at the rear, 13 megapixels with LED flash. Fingerprint sensor it is also present only on Redmi 9C.
Two smartphones come with 6.53-inch IPS LCDa drop-shaped neckline with a 5-megapixel selfie camera and HD + resolution (1600 x 720 pixels). There is 2 GB of RAM with 32 GB of internal memory (expandable via micro SD), and 5000 mAh batteryThere is support for FM radio, as well as Bluetooth 5. There is no shortage of 3.5 mm audio jacks, USB Type-C and Android 10, with MIUI 11 setup.
Redmi 9A go on sale for 359 Malaysian rupees until Redmi 9C it will cost 429 rupees. At the current rate, they are about 74 and 89 euros.