The Redmi Note 9 lineup is already on sale across the globe, but the non-Note lineup is yet to be introduced. According to one leakster on Twitter, the Redmi 9 family will include four devices with three names.
They will all have the same 6.53 LCD with a 5MP selfie camera on the front, as well as a 5,000 mAh battery, suggesting they might share a similar footprint.
The Redmi 9A is the cheapest device, just how the Redmi 8A was the most affordable Redmi 8-branded smartphone. It will have a single 13MP camera on the back, 5MP selfie shooter, and 3/32GB memory. On the inside, we are looking at a Helio G25 chipset, while the screen will have HD+ resolution.
The Redmi 9 will feature Helio G70, four shooters (13MP + 8MP + 5MP + 2MP) and 4GB RAM, combined with 64 gigs of storage. The price is expected to be between 160 and 180.
The Redmi 9C is where it gets interesting – according to Sudhanshu1414, there will be a variant without NFC with three cameras (13MP + 5MP + 2MP) and one with NFC but with two shooters (13MP + 2MP). They share a Helio G35 chipset as well as the same price tag (130-150) – Xiaomi is probably going to launch one of those on the global scene, while the other might be exclusive to China.
Other specs that all devices will share are a USB-C port, which is a breath of fresh air for these affordable phones, 3.5 mm audio jack, IR port, and a fingerprint scanner that might be on the side, but could also make its way on the back panel.