Redmi 9A configuration, rendering full exposure: first MediaTek G25

Today, Xiaomi Malaysia announced the new Redmi 9A, Redmi 9C, featuring large batteries and big screens, with undisclosed details, although they are clearly overseas spin-offs of the newly released Redmi 9 and do not rule out a late appearance in the domestic market. Weibo blogger sdigital chat station exposed the redmi 9A’s exterior design and main configuration, typical water drop full screen, the border and chin is not narrow, the upper left corner of the back camera and flash made a double-camera look, and on the side has a long texturedecoration, the lower left corner printed with Redmi LOGO.

There are at least three styles of black, blue and cyan color.

Redmi 9A configuration, rendering full exposure: first MediaTek G25

The Redmi 9A will feature a 6.53-inch screen, which is consistent with the Redmi 9, but the resolution will be reduced from Full HD to 720p. The processor debuts MediaTek Helio G25, but it can’t find its specifics at the moment, and it’s quite low-end in terms of numbering.

The camera has 13 megapixels, 5 megapixelfront, 5000mAh battery capacity, with 10W charging, 3GB of memory, 32GB of storage.

According to previous certification information, Redmi 9A also supports 4G dual cards, but only single-frequency 2.4GHz Wi-Fi, the operating system is the latest MIUI 12.

It is said that the Redmi 9A price is only about 500 yuan, very suitable for the performance of the elderly and other user groups, can also be used as a backup machine.

As for the Redmi 9C, there is no further information, the main exposure is a processor and photo configuration slightly higher than the Redmi 9A, equipped with MediaTek Helio G35, 13 million plus 5 million plus 2 million pixels rear triple-camera (NFC non-version) or 13 million plus 2 megapixel rear dual -camera (NFC version).

Redmi 9A configuration, rendering full exposure: first MediaTek G25

Redmi 9A configuration, rendering full exposure: first MediaTek G25

Redmi 9A configuration, rendering full exposure: first MediaTek G25