Xiaomi’s best-selling phone under the Redmi brand is the Redmi Note 9 Pro — a notch-less 5G smartphone that launched in India in November last year.
The smartphone made history with its price of just Rs 11,999. But not only it became the only camera on the world’s cheapest smartphone to get AIMA certification.
Also, it was the first phone to officially record enough hardware to score 100 benchmark tests on its own.
Customers in India will now be able to pick up the Redmi Note 9 Pro 5G on Amazon India in the country with the same zero-contact, 3500mAh battery, and a larger 5.1-inch 23.9-inch FHD+ IPS AMOLED 90Hz panel, up to a peak charge speed of 33W fast charging.
The phone will be offered in two colours: Quattro and Dust Clear.
The power adapter also supports Fast Data Transfer and fast charging as the company has now launched the thin, 32W version of the new real-world power adapter with Digital Circuit Printing (DCR) technology for fast data transfer and small size compared to standard-size power strips.
The new fast charger will deliver over 200W of capacity, which is significantly higher than the standard 400W power pack.
The external charger will feature the new design along with a dedicated power supply slot on the top to stop the mobile accessories from clogging. The device will also feature the SD card reader too as the company claims that the new charger is smaller than the standard USB-C to mini-USB dongle.
It will be interesting to see whether the larger-sized generator unit will also be made available for this charger as the fast charging pack already has a generator attached.
Its user interface also includes an Immersion Mode that changes the native skin tones in pictures into 2D objects according to the touch interface. Customers will also have the option to choose between a Micro-USB to full-sized charger or a USB-C to mini-USB charger.