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Redmi Note 9, 9S e 9 Pro

Discussão em 'Discussão Geral - Smartphones, Tablets e Outros' iniciada por gif, 2 de Março de 2020. (Respostas: 766; Visualizações: 59373)

  1. gif

    gif Power Member

    Redmi Note 9 and global Note 9 Pro announced

    After debuting in India last month, the Redmi Note 9 Pro and Note 9 Pro Max were followed by the Redmi Note 9S which is the global variant of the 9 Pro. Now, the company announced its all-new vanilla Redmi Note 9 as well as the global version of the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max, which is called Redmi Note 9 Pro. Yes, it's properly confusing, but that's that's Xiaomi naming for you.

    Redmi Note 9

    The third entry to the Redmi Note 9 line brings a 6.53-inch IPS display with FHD+ resolution and a punch-hole cutout in the top left corner for the 13MP selfie cam. Around the back, we have the same 48MP Samsung GM1 main sensor as the Redmi Note 9S alongside an 8MP ultrawide and two 2MP shooters – one for macro stills and another for depth data. The fingerprint scanner sits below the cameras.


    Under the hood, however, sits the all-new MediaTek Helio G85 chipset. It boasts an octa-core CPU and the Mali-G52 GPU and slides right between the company’s Helio G80 and Helio G90T SoCs. The Redmi Note 9 can be had with either 3/4GB RAM and 64/128GB storage. It boasts a 5,020 mAh battery with 18W fast wired charging. The phone will ship with Android 10. It also brings an IR blaster, headphone jack and NFC.


    Pricing for the new Redmi Note 9 starts at $199/€183 for the 3/64GB model, there’s also a 4/128GB for $249/€230. The phone will be available in green, grey and white colors. Sales are scheduled to tip-off mid-May.

    Redmi Note 9 Pro (Global)

    The international Redmi Note 9 Pro is actually identical to what Indian customers know as Note 9 Pro Max. This means a 6.67 FHD+ IPS display, four rear cameras with a 64M main shooter and the Snapdragon 720G chipset. The design on the green colorway has been slightly tweaked with a new two-tone finish and a slightly altered camera placement. The fingerprint sensor remains on the right-hand-side.


    The phone will be offered in 6/64GB and 6/128GB trims. It comes in green, white and grey colors. The starting price for the 6/64GB trim is $269/€247 while the 6/128GB one will go for $299/€275. Sales kick off mid-May.

    Redmi Note 9S announced: the Note 9 Pro's global counterpart

    Xiaomi's online event for the Redmi Note 9S just finished and just as expected it's a new name for the already announced Redmi Note 9 Pro. That's not to take anything away from what is certainly a great phone though.


    The Redmi Note 9S is built around a 6.67-inch IPS LCD panel with 1080 x 2400px (20:9 aspect ratio) resolution. Xiaomi says it can reach up to 450 nits brightness, supports HDR10 and complies with TÜV Rheinland's standards for low blue light emissions. This is also the first phone from the series with a punch hole for the selfie camera, which Xiaomi calls Tiny DotDisplay. And last, but not least, the screen has Gorilla Glass 5 protection layer and so does the back of the phone.


    Inside you get the Snapdragon 720G coupled with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM while the storage options are 64GB and 128GB, respectively. You can expand that via the microSD card slot.

    Speaking of, there are two more fan favorite features that will stay for at least another year - 3.5mm audio jack and IR blaster.


    The square-shaped camera module on the back packs four cameras - a 48MP main one with f/1.8 aperture, 8MP ultrawide unit with f/2.2 aperture and a 5MP macro lens. The last piece is a 2MP depth-sensing camera for better portraits.

    The cutout of the display houses a 16MP camera with f/2.5 aperture and it can record 120fps slow-motion videos.

    A 5,020 mAh battery keeps the lights on, which partially explains why the phone weighs 209 grams. The battery can be charged at up to 18W, but Xiaomi supplies a 22.5W-capable brick in the box.


    Finally, the fingerprint reader has been moved from the back to the side. It seems that most budget phones these days prefer the side-mounted fingerprint scanner + power button combo.


    In Malaysia the price of the 4GB/64GB configuration is MYR799 (€165) and MYR899 (€190) for the 6GB/128GB. In Singapore, the handset will be selling for SGD 299 and SGD 349, respectively. In Thailand, it will cost THB 6,499 and THB 7,999 and ***** will be asking $249 and $279, while shipping around the globe.

    The Redmi Note 9S will be made available starting April 7. You can choose between Aurora Blue, Glacier White and Interstellar Grey.

    The announcement finished with the unveiling of a MFF 2020 Limited Edition of the Redmi Note 9S. Only 2020 units will be made of the exclusive paintjob that will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Mi Fan Festival this year.


    Última edição: 8 de Junho de 2020
  2. gif

    gif Power Member

    Redmi Note 9 Pro announced with Snapdragon 720G SoC and 48MP quad camera

    Alongside the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max Xiaomi's sub-brand also announced the Redmi Note 9 Pro today. The main differences are in the camera and charging speeds.


    The Redmi Note 9 Pro has a 16MP selfie snapper - half the resolution of its Max sibling and around the back, the main camera is downgraded to 48MP from 64MP. It's joined by an 8MP ultrawide, 5MP macro and 2MP depth sensor modules, like the Note 9 Pro Max.


    The Redmi Note 9 Pro, like the Note 9 Pro Max, packs a 5,020 mAh battery, but it supports 18W charging instead of 33W.

    However, for the most part the Redmi Note 9 Pro matches its higher standing sibling. It's built around the same 6.67" LCD of FHD+ resolution and powered by the same 8nm Snapdragon 720G SoC. You also get the side-mounted fingerprint reader and splash-proof body.

    The Redmi Note 9 Pro is offered in Aurora Blue, Glacier White and Interstellar Black colors, and it comes in two memory versions - 4GB/64GB priced at INR12,999 ($175/€155) and 6GB/128GB that costs INR15,999 ($215/€190).

    Redmi Note 9 Pro in Aurora Blue, Glacier White and Interstellar Black colors



    The Note 9 Pro will go on sale in India starting March 17 through the company's official site, Mi Home, Mi Studio and Amazon.in. It will also be sold through retail stores across the country later.

    Redmi Note 9 Pro Max brings back the big screen experience

    Xiaomi discontinued its Mi Max lineup after three generations of smartphones, but now it is reviving the big-screen life with the newly introduced Redmi Note 9 Pro Max. The phone brings 6.67” screen in a more compact body, as well as four cameras on the back and a selfie shooter within a punch hole.


    The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max has the 8nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset, coupled with 6 GB or 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage.

    Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max camera details




    The four cameras on the back are mounted on a square elevated tile with the LED flash sitting below. The main shooter has a 64MP sensor and next to is is an 8MP ultrawide angle cam with 119-degree FoV sitting.

    The bottom row is for the 5 MP macro camera and the 2 MP depth sensor. The Note 9 Pro Max will also support RAW photography and improved Night Mode.

    The in-display selfie camera is 32MP, which is the highest ever resolution in a Redmi Note smartphone.

    Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max battery features


    The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max comes with a huge 5,020 mAh battery and comes with 33W fast charging support. Better yet, the required charger will be supplied in the box.

    Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro Max colors



    The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max has Gorilla Glass 5 on both sides for extra protection and comes in three colors - Aurora Blue, Glacier White, and Interstellar Black.

    Three memory options will hit the market on March 25 - 6/64 GB, 6/128 GB, and 8/128 GB. They are priced at INR14,999 ($202/€180), INR16,999 ($230/€205) and INR18,999 ($255/€225), respectively.

    The phone will be available at Amazon India and Xiaomi's online and offline stores, with launch offers revealed on Monday, March 16.
  3. App

    App Power Member

    Com Amoled era um espectáculo.
  4. bseixas

    bseixas Suspenso

    Gosto mais do que esperava e para ter um buraco no ecrã, mal por mal na minha opinião é assim que deve ser feito...Se tivesse AMOLED seria perfeito mas provavelmente não seria tão barato e depois criticavam o PVP. :D

    Mas irá ser provavelmente mais um bom exemplo de best value disponível no mercado.


    Última edição: 12 de Março de 2020
  5. spiny7

    spiny7 Power Member

    Este tem tudo para fazer mossa na concorrência, nesta gama :)
  6. Gimenez

    Gimenez Moderador Social
    Staff Member

    Para o preço que deverá ter, não está nada mal.
  7. AFAR84

    AFAR84 Power Member

    Oh não, outra vez???

    Xiaomi sua menina mal comportada que me vais fazer brilhar os olhos
  8. the_killer

    the_killer Power Member

    mais um á espera.. espero que valha a pena. há negocios mto bons do 8 agora pouco acima dos 100€.. será que vamos conseguir o 9 a esses preço? e pelo que vi só vai haver versão pro e não versão note normal certo
  9. App

    App Power Member

    Presumo que ainda vão lançar a versão normal mas não deve ser grande espingarda.
  10. joaoameixa

    joaoameixa Power Member

    Há coisas no mundo das reviews que nunca irei entender.

    Ando a precisar de comprar um telemóvel, e ando com duvidas entre o mi note 10, x2 pro, agora surgiu este no modelo Max..

    Só para vocês verem bem como as coisas são, vi reviews do Mi Note 10 que tem um 730G onde falaram tão mas tão mal do processador, que era lento, que não aguentava com muitas apps abertas, que a camara crashava por o processador ser lento, etc etc etc

    Sai o Redmi note 9 pro, com o 720G, vejo 2 reviews desses mesmos tipos e.....falam maravilhas, o processador é óptimo, serve para tudo que englobe utilização normal :rrotflm:

    Das duas uma, ou estes tipos são pagos para dizer mal de telefone X e bem de telefone Y ou então não sei...

    Cada vez fica mais difícil uma pessoa tirar conclusões através de reviews, ainda hoje vi 2 vídeos no youtube do Redmi note 9 Pro com fotos tiradas a comparar com outros dispositivos, os 2 vídeos tinha diferenças assustadoras, em 1 o Redmi 9 pro tirava fotos fantásticas, no outro pareciam fotos de um telemóvel com 5 anos.

  11. THESLB

    THESLB Power Member

    Eu sou dos que esta a espera do Redmi note Pro Max se sair a +- a 210eur como dizem vai ser compra certa,para o uso que dou num telemovel chega e sobra,espero que fique e logo disponivel para o comprar dia 16.
  12. David.S

    David.S Power Member

    A Xiaomi devia era fazer um rugged:cool:
  13. bseixas

    bseixas Suspenso

    Por acaso no meio de tanto modelo que lançam até não era má ideia lançar um rugged... :D
  14. nfilg

    nfilg Power Member

    o video Pro Mode / Log no Note 9 pro, permitindo manipular melhor as cores dos vídeos pós captura é interessante e se a captura audio melhorou como no Mi 10, a xioami está a evoluir na captura de vídeo mesmo nos gama média.

  15. the_killer

    the_killer Power Member

    parece que tb vai sair um 9s...
  16. AFAR84

    AFAR84 Power Member

    Lá vem a confusão de modelos como é habitual!
  17. David.S

    David.S Power Member

    O habitual, enfardar modelos.

    E eles que não se esqueçam do note 9T.