Redmi Note 9 High-Version To Be The Cheapest 100MP Phone

The Redmi Note 9 series is expected to be officially announced soon. On the evening of November 15, Wang Teng, the product director of Xiaomi’s Redmi, warmed up the Redmi Note 9 series, saying that the new smartphone will come with a high-pixel camera. And the camera is too clear.

Redmi Note 9

According to the parameters given by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the Redmi Note 9 series uses up to 100MP main camera. It is worth mentioning that especially the high-end version of the Redmi Note 9 series has a 100MP main camera. And the main camera of the standard version has a 48MP resolution.


The main camera sensor of the Redmi Note 9 series high-end version uses the Samsung HM2 CMOS. The sensor size is 1/1.52 inches. The unit pixel area is 0.7μm, and it supports 9 pixels in one is equivalent to 2.1μm.

In addition, the high-end version of the Redmi Note 9 series uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor. And the standard version uses a MediaTek Dimensity 800U processor.

More importantly, the Redmi Note 9 series is a high-quality smartphone that Redmi has positioned in the thousand-yuan range. It is not difficult to guess from the positioning that this Redmi smartphone series will be Xiaomi’s lowest-priced 100MP smartphone so far. So, it can be very competitive with other similar smartphones.

Other specifications such as RAM and internal storage we expect to be in line with what the mid-range smartphone segment typically offers. Yet, we don’t know about specific details such as battery life and fast charging speed. But with the purported launch date of November 24 quite near now, all details of the Redmi smartphone series should be out soon.

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