Redmi Note 9S to Launch in Pakistan In a Few Days, Says Xiaomi Pakistan

Faisal Rasool

According to Xiaomi Pakistan’s official Facebook page, the Redmi Note 9S is coming soon. Though a concrete date has yet to reveal itself, the source notes that the launch is only a few days away. To recall, the Redmi Note 9S is the mid-range member of the current-gen Redmi Note family, which was introduced last month at affordable Xiaomi prices.

The Note 9S is the first Redmi Note to debut with a Snapdragon 720G processor – with its octa-core CPU clocked at 2.3GHz and fifth-gen AI engine that enhances performance by as much as 36%.

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The chip is powered by a 5,020 mAh battery and 18W fast charging technology. Xiaomi has opted for 6GB + 128GB and 4GB + 64GB configurations to round off these internals.

If you’re already familiar with the Note 9 series’ symmetry-focused design language, there’s nothing new under the sun. The rear-facing panel on Xiaomi Redmi Note 9s features a quad-camera, housed inside an inner and outer housing. The inner housing is pill-shaped, and it contains the main camera and its accompanying ultrawide lens. This duo rests on top of two more lenses, enclosed in a squircle border and a rectangular bump.

The glass panel is on Redmi Note 9s is curved around the edges for a more ergonomic grip, and Xiaomi has polished its ‘Micron-level’ texture design to give it a glossy finish. You can pick from Interstellar Grey, Aurora Blue, and Glacier White colors. The build has a side-mounted thumbprint reader that doubles as the power button.

The front panel presents an immersive 91% screen-to-body ratio, and measures 6.77 inches. It’s punched in the center and produces an FHD+ resolution. The camera inside the punch-hole (or the ‘Tiny Dot’ as Xiaomi likes to call it), is a 16MP sensor with a tiny f/2.48 aperture.

The rear camera on the new Note 9s by Redmi combines a 48MP f/1.79 main camera, with an 8MP ultra-wide-angle module, a 5MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth lens. The setup can shoot in 4K at 30fps.

WhatMobile anticipates the Note 9S to start anywhere between 39,999 to 44,999 Pakistani rupees. But that's just a prediction, for the official Xiaomi price tag, we’ll have to just wait a few days more.