Redmi Note 9 Pro Lit Up In a New Render With a Quad-Camera Setup

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Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is preparing to launch the Redmi Note 9 Pro smartphone. And today, a leakster Slashleaks has published a new render that provides an idea of Redmi Note 9 Pro design. If these images are true, it will get a completely different design from its predecessors.

It should start with the front panel, where we see a front camera embedded in the center top of the screen. And the screen has a prominent bezel at the bottom and a reduced width bezel on the other three sides.

Its all 4 modules are horizontally aligned in a row in the middle, there is an LED flash. Because there is no fingerprint sensor on the back panel. So it can be assumed that it is located at the side frame or embedded below the screen surface.

It is the presence of the main sensor of 64MP, a module with wide-angle optics. It is a unit for macro photography and a sensor to collect information about the depth of the scene. On one side, there are physical control buttons and the smartphone is in blue color.

If you believe in the data available, the MediaTek 8-cores Helio G70 processor with a graphics accelerator Mali-G52 2EEMC2 will be included. Moreover, Support for 5th-gene (5G) mobile networks is not provided. The official presentation of the Redmi Note 9 Pro smartphone is scheduled for the coming months. The novelty will replenish the range of mid-range smartphones.

Earlier, we wrote that the Indian division of Xiaomi raised the prices of the best-selling Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro by several dollars. Experts attribute this to the suspension of smartphone production due to the outbreak of coronavirus in China.

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