Redmi 9A and Redmi 9C to debut on June 30, images leak

Redmi 9A

According to Xiaomi Malaysia's Facebook page, the full details of its new Redmi smartphones will be revealed tomorrow, the 30th June 2020. Among them is the Redmi 9A, which we can see that it has a design very similar to that of its older brother, from which it differs mainly in the rear camera module, since the Redmi 9 equips four cameras and the Redmi 9A only one.

For the Redmi 9C, it is speculated to be a slightly better version of the Redmi 9A. The brochure has the Redmi 9 and Redmi 9A listed as "Coming soon".

Before this, the Redmi 9A has been leaked within the past where it's been revealed that the phone will accompany a single-band, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi chip, and 4G support. This distinct product will presumably switch the Redmi 8A as a person of the cheapest phones in Xiaomi's loved ones. For selfies, it will offer a 5MP shooter housed within the waterdrop-like display cut-out. The Redmi 9 is reportedly shipping in three color options of Midnight Grey, Twilight Blue, and Peacock Green.


It has a 6.53-inch screen with HD + resolution and drop type notch.

Although the Redmi 9A has been spotted multiple times on the rumor mill, the Redmi 9C has remained out of the spotlight. Under the hood we find the processor MediaTek G25 and, although the memory configuration does not appear in the flyer, the previous rumors affirm that it will have 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage.

However, the 9C is said to come with a dual-camera setup and it might come with NFC depending on the market. No other features of the smartphone have surfaced online, so we don't know its display or its camera aspects.

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