Xiaomi launched the phone in March this year. It’s gigantic. Its screen stretches 6.67 inches across. Even if you have big hands, holding it might be difficult.
The following are its dimensions, 165.8 mm x 76.7 mm x 8.8 mm. It’s thin, which makes it chic.
We’re fans of phones that are heavy, as they feel more premium. The Redmi device weighs 209 grams. Of course, it looks good. Just take a look at its rear, it’s made of Gorilla Glass 5. This also means that it’s durable.
If you’re expecting to be able to pick it up in many colours, you’ll be disappointed. It’s only available in three shades. They aren’t the most exciting either; they come in blue, grey and white.
The panel on its front is IPS LCD. It’s not the most vibrant. However, it produces a range of colour thanks to its HDR10 capability. The device is bright as well. Its screen is 450 max nits – 500 is the gold standard, which it’s very close to.
You’re looking at a sharp phone. Its display is 1080 x 2400 pixels. It’s back is durable and there is Gorilla Glass 5 on its front as well.
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Out of the box, it runs Android 10. The system is super-fast and good-looking. It is powered through Xiaomi’s proprietary MIUI 12. We’re fans of MIU as it comes with many themes.
The chipset present is the Snapdragon 720G. It’s powerful, as it was made for gaming. Considering how it has a massive display, you’ll be able to immersive in graphic extensive ones well. Something else that’s fast is its fingerprint sensor. It’s on the rear and works in the blink of an eye.
The memory available makes using it a breeze. You can pick it up with either 4 or 6 GB of RAM. Depending on which option you choose, the ROM would differ. 64 or 128 GB options are by your side. Whatever option you choose, you’ll be able to expand its storage. There is a MicroSD slot.
As it’s so thin, you wouldn’t expect a large battery. There’s a 5020 mAh one inside, though. You can expect the Note 9S to fully drain in around 2 days. To charge it, you’ll be making use of an 18 W fast charger. It goes from 0-100% in around 2 hours.
Sadly, it doesn’t support reverse or wireless charging. And no, it’s battery is not removable.
Its primary camera is impressive. You’re met with a quad set-up on its rear. Its primary sensor is a 48 MP wide lens, its secondary sensor is an 8 MP ultrawide lens, its tertiary sensor is a 5 MP macro lens, and its fourth one is a 2 MP depth lens. They take very vibrant shots. We’re also fans of the pictures they take in low-light.
In terms of its selfie camera, a single shooter is present. It is a 16 MP wide lens. It’ll leave you Instagram-ready.
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It is a mid-ranger almost at the higher end of the price spectrum. You can find it for around Rs.45,000- 50,000 islandwide.