The replacement of the Redmi 9 makes a transition from Mediatek to Snapdragon And adds some more significant improvements
The Redmi and Poco brands from home To be accurate (Xiaomi) are set to embark on an independent path that will help them be more unique and competitive regardless of the parent company's plans and developments - but for now we still seem to see some close direct ties between the various smart products landing on the market, as evidenced by The upgraded budget Redmi 9T.
Just a few days ago we told you about Landing of the Poco M3 device in Israel, With definitely competitive characteristics in relation to initial price tags of between 700 and 800 shekels - and now it seems to have a twin brother that belongs to the corresponding Redmi brand and will be launched shortly, as a replacement For the Redmi 9 model Which was presented in June 2020 and was also available through the official local representative at a starting price of NIS 680.
The Redmi 9T model, which has already been seen in a number of official photos and even in a video of initial impressions on the way to a possible unveiling on January 8, while two days, includes almost identical internal features to those of the Poco M3 In the back and different colored shades. The smartphone will provide consumers with a 6.53-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1,080 × 2,340 pixels and a Gorilla Glass 3 protective coating above it, chip Qualcomm's modest octagonal Snapdragon 662, 4GB LPDDR4X memory alongside fast 2.1GB or 2.2GB UFS 64 / 128 storage with additional expansion option, system Android 10 with MIUI interface 12 above it, speakers Duplicate, connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ac Dual Channel, Connectivity Bluetooth 5.0, slot for headphones, Infrared transmitter, FM radio receiver and 6,000mAh battery with 18 watt charging.
The main difference between the Redmi 9T designed forPoco M3, beyond the design that provides a much more modest area for the main photo array - is with the addition of an 8-megapixel sensor for wide-angle photography, alongside a 48-megapixel main sensor and a pair of 2-megapixel sensors for depth sensing and macro photography. This is while the model fromPoco Settles on the main sensor and the pair of basic secondary sensors with a resolution of 2 megapixels, without a wide-angle photo unit - not a huge difference, but still another small bonus for interested consumers.
Will the Redmi 9T really be officially launched in Israel, shortly after its international launch? It's a little hard to imagine a situation in it To be accurate Try to compete on its own so conspicuously, but this is further evidence of the mess created by the action of several subsidiaries with partial autonomy alongside access to the same infrastructure and resources.
Is there a chance that the Redmi 9T will officially land in Israel and will also be cheaper than thePoco M3, thus becoming the winning deal? We will continue to follow and update soon.