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Redmi Note 9 Series launching in India on March 12th

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The Redmi Note series is perhaps the most popular smartphone series from Redmi & every year, we get new phones under this series. Last year we got the Redmi Note 7 series in the first half & the Redmi Note 8 series in the other. Now, Redmi is all set to launch the Note 9 series in India. The Redmi Note 9 Series was officially teased by the company today & it is launching on March 12th. So, more than a week is still left for the official launch.

The teaser reveals the design of the Quad camera setup & like the previous leak about the Note 9 series revealed, the Quad camera setup has a design similar to Huawei Mate 20 Series of 2018 i.e., the four cameras are placed in a square camera housing in the middle of the rear panel.

A week ago, the alleged specifications of the Redmi Note 9 series leaked & while we still aren’t sure if those specs are correct, they are definitely impressive for phones in the budget segment.

As per that leak, the Note 9 has Snapdragon 720G SOC, 4,000mAH battery, 48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP Quad cameras, & a Full-HD+ Punch-hole display. The Note 9 Pro could feature MediaTek Dimensity 800 SOC, 5,000mAh battery & a 64MP primary camera on the back.

The above image was posted by Manu Kumar Jain on Twitter & he said the Redmi Note 9 is somewhere in the image. If you look closely, there is a phone partially visible under the newspaper & we are sure that it’s the upcoming Redmi Note 9 since the other devices on the table are the phones that have been launched already by Redmi in the past.

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