Redmi 9T launch is set for January eight, in accordance to a tipster. The new Redmi cell phone has so far been a aspect of the rumour mill and is speculated as a rebranded edition of the Redmi Note 9 4G that debuted in China in November and arrived in India as Redmi 9 Electrical power with a distinct camera setup. Alongside Redmi 9T, Xiaomi is speculated to deliver at least eight new phones globally in early this 12 months. The lineup could contain Mi eleven Lite 4G as properly.
The tipster, who goes by pseudonym Snapdrachun 888 5G (@chunvn8888), tweeted the purported launch date of Redmi 9T. The cell phone was teased in Malaysia on Wednesday, with its arrival indicated for early January.
In addition to sharing the launch date of Redmi 9T, the tipster also tweeted that Xiaomi was preparing to launch at least 9 phones in the worldwide markets in early 2021 that would contain Redmi 9T, Mi eleven, and Mi eleven Lite 4G. Nonetheless, Xiaomi has not nonetheless presented any official particulars about the launch.
Redmi 9T specs (anticipated)
Redmi 9T is speculated to come as a rebadged Redmi Note 9 4G. The cell phone allegedly acquired certification from Thailand’s Nationwide Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) lately. It surfaced on the NBTC internet site with model amount M2010J19ST and Redmi 9T moniker. The on-line listing did not supply any specification particulars of the new cell phone. Nonetheless, if it turns out to be the rebranded edition of Redmi Note 9 4G, it is probably to come with a six.53-inch complete-HD+ (one,080×2,340 pixels) show and Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC, along with 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of onboard storage.
Redmi Note 9 4G entered the Indian industry final month as Redmi 9 Electrical power, with a quad rear camera setup and distinct RAM and storage possibilities. Redmi 9T is probably to comply with the very same pattern and may well contain some alterations in excess of the current Redmi Note-series cell phone.
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