Xiaomi is just a day ahead to launch its latest flagship phone – Redmi Note 9 which is scheduled to launch tomorrow at 12 PM. But before the phone launches, we have got our hands on live photos of Redmi Note 9 which have been leaked online by a youtuber.
These images have been leaked online in a video posted on youtube. Later on, this video was first spotted by a Twitter user who posted some of the screenshots of the video. The video shows the phone from all the different angles. It also reveals the benchmark score of the phone to show how powerful the phone is.
Leaked images of Redmi Note 9 show the phone with a long bezel-less display with a center-aligned punch-hole design similar to Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. At the back, Redmi Note 9 comes with a quad-rear camera setup aligned in a square-shaped module with an LED flashlight placed just below the camera module.
As shown in the live images, the Redmi Note 9 series phones will come with a full0-fledged SIM slot which means you can insert two SIMs as well as a microSD card together at a time. One of the most notable changes in the Redmi Note 9 series phone is the fingerprint sensor which comes bundled with the power button instead of an in-display fingerprint sensor.
There is no dedicated Google Assistant button on Redmi Note 9 which means one has to long-press the power button to activate Google Assistant on the phone manually. At the bottom of the panel, the phone is shown to equip with a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, a primary microphone, and a speaker grill. At the top, there is a secondary microphone along with an IR sensor.
In addition to the leaked images of Redmi Note 9, the same video shows the benchmark score of Redmi Note 9. The Redmi Note 9 is seen to score a whopping 274596 on the AnTuTu benchmark which is remarkable. Apart from this, no internal specs of the phone have been revealed in the video.
Since we are just an ahead to see the official Redmi Note 9 Pro, it should be worth noting that these leaked images gave us enough idea of what we can expect to see when the phone launched officially.
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