Redmi 9, Xiaomi’s go-to budget Android smartphone, launched earlier this month at a price range of $170. The phone offers a FULL HD display, a first for the series along with a new design and cameras. Xiaomi is adding to the Redmi series with two new Redmi 9 phones, viz. the Redmi 9A and Redmi 9C. The two phones are essentially a cheaper version of Redmi 9 with 720p screens and new Helio G35 and G25 chipsets. Redmi 9A and Redmi 9C price and specs combo deliver a modest performance for the price.
Redmi 9A and Redmi 9C Features and Specs
Both phones feature a 6.53-inch IPS LCD displays with an HD+ resolution. The phones look the same at the front, however, are easily separable from the back as Redmi 9C has a square camera bump while Redmi 9A has the older vertical camera design.
Redmi 9A is the more budget option and features the new Helio G25 processor with eight cores and 2GHz clock speed. On the other hand, Redmi 9C packs a more capable Helio G35 processor with 2GHz clock speed.
Both phones come with a 2GB LPPDR5X RAM along with 32GB flash storage with the option to use a microSD card.
Redmi 9A has a single back camera featuring a 13MP sensor, while the Redmi 9C has a triple camera setup at the back. They include a 13MP main camera, a 5MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP depth sensor. Both phones feature the same front camera with 5MP resolution.
Another common spec for Redmi 9A and 9C is their batteries. Both of them come packed with a 5000 mAh battery for long usage. Redmi 9C comes with a fingerprint scanner however, the Redmi 9A lacks one. When choosing between the two, features like these should be considered so that users can save or add a bit more cash.
Redmi 9A and Redmi 9C Price and Availability
Redmi 9A is going on sale in Malaysia from July 7. It is going to cost MYR 359 ($84), while the Redmi 9C price is MYR 429 ($100). Redmi 9C is expected to arrive in the market in late July.
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