Redmi 9A Specifications and Mi Band 4C Leaks: Coming Soon to India?


In the rumors of the Redmi 9 being launched as the POCO M2 Pro in India, a Xiaomi Store in the Philippines in a brochure for the products being launched in the Philippines in 2020, has now leaked some key information regarding surprisingly a new smartphone named as the Redmi 9A and information about a new fitness tracker named Mi Band 4C.

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This information comes out along with the brochure that a Xiaomi store shared for the plans of products launching in from the month of July to August 2020. It includes devices such as the Mi 10, the Mi 10 Pro, the previously launched Mi Band 5 from China, Blackshark 3, the Blackshark 3 Pro, the Mi Note 10 Lite, the POCO F2 Pro, and lots more. The most important part of it being the unannounced Redmi 9A smartphone and the Mi Band 4C.

According to the poster, the Redmi 9A will be sporting a 6.52-inches water-drop notch display with an HD+ resolution, an unannounced new Mediatek chipset named as the Mediatek Helio G25 clocked at 2.0Ghz, a Single Rear-Camera module consisting of a primary 13-megapixel shooter along with a 5-megapixel shooter on the front for selfies. The battery capacity is tipped to be a sizing of 5,000mAh.

Other than the Redmi 9A, another important gadget is the Mi Band 4C housing a 1.08-inch TFT color display with a 2.5D tempered glass pre-applied on it. Tipped to have Anti-fingerprint coating, up to 14 Days of battery life on a single full charge, up to 5 ATM Water Resistance, support for Bluetooth 5.0, and health tracking features.

What do you guys think of the new Redmi 9A, the Helio G25 Chipset, and the Mi Band 4C (which seems pretty similar to the previously launched Redmi Band in China) ?. Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.


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