They are both two products to those who are willing to sacrifice the data sheet to pay little for the smartphone but, at least, for the price / features ratio he is more than good and more than honest. The two new lowcost smartphones of Redmi are both based on a SoC produced by MediaTek (but not the same), have little RAM and a basic and unpretentious photographic department. Finally, both have an LCD screen with a small drop notch and a rear fingerprint reader. In short: two devices “from battle”That will make happy those who are not looking for sophistication but need a phone that also takes photos.
Redmi 9C: specification sheet and price
The Redmi 9C is, between the two new Xiaomi lowcost smartphone, the one with superior characteristics. Has a display from 6.53 inch 1.600 × 720 pixel IPS LCD, water splash resistance, with 20: 9 aspect ratio and a small 5 Megapixel camera in the notch. It is based on a MediaTek Helio G35 SoC. The RAM is 2GB, the 32GB ROM but expandable up to 512GB with microSD card.
It is a dual SIM smartphone (both nano), with three rear cameras: 13 MP the main, 2 MP the macro and 2 MP the depth sensor. The battery is very large, from 5,000 mAh, charging reaches a maximum of 10 Watts of power. The Redmi 9C is sold in Malaysia at the equivalent price of 89 euros and is available in the colors Twilight Blue, Midnight Gray and Sunrise Orange.
Redmi 9A, features and price
The Redmi 9A is even cheaper than the 9C: the screen is the same, but the SoC is a more modest 2GHz MediaTek Helio G25 octacore, flanked by the PowerVR GE8320 GPU. Identical configuration of RAM and ROM, present the two nano SIM slots and also identical 5 MP front camera. At the rear, however, there is only one lens: a 13 MP with an f / 2.2 aperture. The battery is also the same, always from 5,000 mAh and always with 10 Watt recharge. The Redmi 9A is sold in Malaysia to equivalent price of 74 euros and is available in the colors Granite Gray, Sky Blue and Peacock Green.