Redmi 9A With MediaTek Helio G25 SoC, 13-Megapixel Camera May Launch in July
Redmi 9A With MediaTek Helio G25 SoC, 13-Megapixel Camera May Launch in July
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Redmi 9A With MediaTek Helio G25 SoC, 13-Megapixel Camera May Launch in July

Redmi 9A With MediaTek Helio G25 SoC, 13-Megapixel Camera May Launch in July. Redmi 9A, the toned-down version of Redmi 9 and the successor to Redmi 8A, is expected to launch next month, according to an alleged Xiaomi catalog intended for the Philippines market. The list highlights key specs for the smartphone, such as the MediaTek Helio G25 SoC and the 13-megapixel main sensor. Similar to Redmi 9, the Redmi 9A will also feature a 6.53-inch display, adds the Xiaomi catalogue. It is not clear if the phone would also arrive on the Indian market, although it is likely to find that its successors have been released in that region.

The alleged Xiaomi catalog for the Philippines market was released online by GizGuide. The catalog reveals that the Redmi 9A would feature a 6.53-inch HD+ display with a 5-megapixel front camera inside the waterdrop. The phone is shown to hold an octa-core MediaTek Helio G25 SoC along with a 13-megapixel camera on the rear. Finally, the catalog claims that the Redmi 9A is equipped with a 5,000mAh battery.

Similarly, the Redmi 9A has been part of several leaks in the past, indicating that the phone will come with a single-band, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi connectivity and 4 G support. The rumors suggest that the phone would come with a height of 164.85 mm and a width of 77.07 mm. A separate report adds that the Redmi 9A will allow fast 10W charging. Finally, the phone is speculated to come with 3 GB of RAM.

The alleged Xiaomi catalog does not provide any tips on smartphone pricing. Xiaomi first unveiled the Redmi 9 earlier this month. The handset has a storage capacity of 3 GB + 32 GB in Europe of EUR 149 (roughly Rs. 12,800). The phone has recently made its debut in two new versions in China. Notably, Redmi 9 is rumored to be released in India under the Poco brand, according to the article.

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