CPU: 12 nm FinFET, Up to 2.0 GHz; 2 ARM Cortex A75 + 6 ARM Cortex A55, Octa-core CPU
GPU: Mali-G52 MC2, 950 MHz
RAM: LPDDR4X RAM
ROM: eMMC 5.1
2340x1080 FHD+, 394 PPI
19.5:9 aspect ratio
1500:1 contrast ratio, Screen-to-body ratio 89.83%
NTSC 70% (typ)
400 nit (typ) brightness
Support Color temperature adjustment | Standard mode | Reading mode 2.0
Support Sunlight mode
Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
Supports Quick Charge TM 3.0 Technology and 18W Fast Charge
In-box 10W (5V/2A) charger
Type-C charging port
Built-in rechargeable battery
13MP+8MP+5MP+2MP quad camera
13MP wide-angle camera
f/2.2, FOV 75.2°, AF
8MP ultra wide-angle camera
FOV 118°, f/2.2, FF
5MP macro camera
f/2.4, FF (4cm)
2MP depth sensor
Ultra wide-angle mode
8MP selfie camera
f/2.0, FOV 77.8°, FF
Rear fingerprint sensor
Dual 4G standby
Supports dual SIM cards from different carriers; Both cards can access 4G connectivity simultaneously①
Supports dual nano-SIM card + micro-SD expansion, either card can be set as the primary card.
Supports dual SIM VoLTE HD calling②
LTE-TDD version 1: B38/40/41 (2540-2640MHz)
LTE-TDD version 2: B38/40
Supports protocols: 802.11 b/g/n
Supports 2.4G WiFi / 5G WiFi / WiFi Direct
Support Bluetooth 5.0
Supports wireless FM radio
USB Type-C charging port
3.5mm headphone port
High audio output amplified by large 0.7CC speaker box
Redmi 9 / Power adapter / TPU case / 5V2A Charger / USB Type-C cable / SIM eject tool / Warranty card / User guide
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