Redmi Note 9 Series Will Debut With Brand New 100MP Camera

Today, the Redmi Note 9 series officially began to warm up.

The first focus of the machine’s attention is the camera. The company has officially said that Redmi went from the initial launch of 48MP GM1 to the initial launch of 64MP GW1. This time, the Note 9 goes beyond imagination and brings a night view camera.

Redmi Note 9 camera

Redmi emphasized that the Redmi Note 9 series will not only bring flagship-level imaging technology, but even the launch time will be earlier. In the mid-range smartphone arena, there are few bucket machines. ‘But we always firmly believe that everyone wants to record a good life with images.’

It is reported that the first 100-megapixel sensor of the Redmi Note 9 series is the Samsung HM2. This sensor has a 1/1.52-inch outsole, and continues the predecessor’s main dual-core focusing and 9-pixel-in-1 technology. The equivalent unit pixel area still reaches 2.1mm. It can also take extremely dark photos with 12-megaapixels.

In addition, the Redmi Note 9 series will also debut the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G chip in mainland China. This chip is based on an 8nm process. The CPU uses two large cores and six energy-efficient cores. The large core is ARM Cortex A77. It also integrates an Adreno graphics card. Like the 100-megapixels CMOS, the Snapdragon 750G is also limited to the high-end version, and the standard version uses the MediaTek Dimensity 800U.

More importantly, this time Redmi also brought the 100-megapixel main camera to a price of 1,000 yuan ($152). It will be the lowest-priced 100-megapixel smartphone so far, and the imaging is worth looking forward to. Lu Weibing, president of Xiaomi Group China and general manager of the Redmi brand, said that Note will give users what they want to achieve the ultimate experience in all aspects.

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