Redmi Note 9 Pro Real-life Image Leak Showcases The Phone’s Gradient Designed Back Panel


Redmi Note 9 series which is the upcoming flagship phone series of Xiaomi is getting ready to be launched on March 12. However, the on-ground event which was scheduled to take place on March 12 has been canceled due to the threat of coronavirus and is now scheduled to launch via an online event on the same date.

But before the official announcement, we have a leaked real-life image of the upcoming Redmi Note 9 Pro smartphone showcasing the back panel of the phone. The phone is shown in a Blue gradient color option and features a quad-camera setup with a square-shaped module placed in the top-center position. It has the Redmi branding aligned vertically at the bottom of the back panel.

Redmi Note 9 Pro Real-Life Leaked Image

There’s no fingerprint scanner visible on the phone’s back panel which could mean that the Redmi Note 9 series will be coming with an in-display fingerprint sensor or has integrated the fingerprint scanner at the power button just like Poco X2. The Pro variant could also come with support for dual-mode 5G SA/NSA.

Although we don’t have a front look at this real-life image, if we consider the previous renders, the Redmi Note 9 Pro will be coming with a punch-hole display at the front. 

The Redmi Note 9 Pro was recently spotted on Geekbench, which revealed that the phone is equipped with 6GB of RAM and will come pre-installed with Android 10 operating system. In the single-core test of Geekbench 5, the Redmi Note 9 Pro scored 569 whereas it recorded a score of 1755 in the multi-core test.

While the listing doesn’t mention the chipset, the device is said to come powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset. The phone is also said to come with 22.5W fast charging support and some advanced gaming features. All of these features will get confirmation on March 12 at 12 pm when the company will officially launch the phone in the Indian market.

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