The Redmi Note 9 Pro has been successful over the past few months with the Redmi Note 8, with a
smaller chipset, consistent battery, a better design and a better camera. At Rs 12,999, what to expect?
The last time I reviewed the phone was in the Redmi Note System 2018 when Xiaomi used a new display
system to manage the Pro-Ready Note 5 Pro. This is the first time Xiaomi has shown us how budget
phones can offer affordable budgets through flagship models, and customers pay a little more than a
model. Since then, there have been three more Redmi Note Pro models in each of them, and Xiaomi has
launched games for cheap phones. Thanks to the Ready Note Pro system, we now expect more than a
sub-Rs 15,000 smartphone.
That's exactly what happened with the Redmi Note 9 Pro. The new Redmi Note 9 Pro has gained a lot of
attention and many important features, real-time, high-quality, large-scale displays and, more
importantly, price tags for mobile phone users. Xiaomi also has the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max on this device
but the phone is for those who want something more. For most people, the Ready Note 9 Pro makes
more sense now than ever, even on a tablet.
But a phone with similar prices and prices may have one or two in some areas of the market. So if you
are in the market for new smartphones, it can be difficult to choose between them. How does Redmi
Note 9 Pro judge itself on this list?
Xiaomi was joined and made its last release from the Redmi Note 7 Pro last year. With the Redmi Note 9
Pro, it got better. The Pro 9 Pro is already big and orders a presence that only a handful of expensive
phones can see in the market.
Let's start with what is best known. The Redmi Note 8 Pro is huge due to its large display. The Note 9 Pro
is a few millimeters larger and is more commonly used. It's too big – the 9 Pro weighs 209. It makes it
heavy by any standards but there are good reasons. The new model offers 5020mAh battery and it
increases the volume with weight.
Usually the conclusion? The Redmi Note 9 Pro feels a bit high due to the extra weight, and some may be
more reliable than using it on the outside. However, 209 grams of weight is a concern for low-skilled
workers. I need Xiaomi to keep the load under review.
Cheap phones are getting better and one area where care is showing is the display. Realme has done a
great deal of damage to the LCD and Emoled panels in the area of Rs 15,000, and I expect that Xiaomi
will do so this year. Unfortunately, the wait continued.
The display on the Ready Note 9 Pro is larger than 6.67 inches and larger than most Zoom compatible
phones. My mom liked the mega size and hinted that she would watch Booty instead of her A1. Part of
his interest in the Note 9 Pro is also due to a bunch of holes that sit in the middle of it, but in the corner
he feels he is missing out on another chance but is a little annoying. Beetle strains also contribute to the
After trying to use the MediaTek Helio G90T on the Note 8 Pro, Xiaomi has returned to the Snapdragon
lock this time. In short, in terms of performance it's another Snapdragon 720G model close to the
Snapdragon 730G. For the cheapest test, you get a minimum of 4 GB RAM and a maximum of 6 GB RAM.
Storage is rated 64GB as standard but you can upgrade to a maximum of 128GB. As usual, there are 11
MIUIs based on Android 10.
The Snapdragon 720G gets some credit for its performance but I have nothing new to add. The powerful
chipset on the phone is priced at Rs 12,999, and the output through which it delivers can be called a
loss. It's for a chipset game phone and you can see progress in the PUBG mobile session or call of duty.
The 3D model runs in high-resolution mode by default but is forbidden in intermediate mode. As a
result, the game will not be like a paid phone, but the phone is not meant to win you over. Some games
such as Asphalt 9 need to be released for the chipset, but overall, Ready Note 9 Pro can handle some of
the most popular games on the ground.
Unfortunately, the marketing department at Xiamen needs to make money and cover this beautiful ace
with a wide range of applications and games that many of us may not use. I could remove many of them
and get rid of all the baggage, but what was behind the hassle was the infamous MUI campaign. Many
operating systems such as Gate Apps, MI Barrow and some established applications are leaving
unnecessary notice on unsolicited advertisements. The default browser jar has opened the MI browser,
and I need to dig deep into the settings to disable it. It feels like an absurd attempt to buy money from
the wonderful lucrative market while the traditional AS.
The Snapdragon 720G is very powerful and this phone is priced at Rs 12,999, its performance can be
So I set up Poco Launcher to break the UI and end the advertising to enhance my experience.
Some of the most important improvements to be made in this section are Haptics and Navic support.
Xiaomi said the Note 9 Pro uses a brand new motor for flagship-phone-like experience feedback. In fact,
it is far from a flagship phone experience that Xiaomi has used heap response software for any UI
project. Make a soft noise when you press the button at a high speed and reduce the exposure level.
Creative haptics are much better than the Ready Note 8 Pro but there is room for improvement.