Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 9 series currently includes more than five dozen smartphones, and today the company is adding another member to its lineup, called the Redmi Note 9T (probably two in the Note 9T Pro).
Redmi Note 9T will be announced through an online event that will be live streamed on YouTube from 12:00 pm UTC. You can follow the launch by tuning to the following stream.
Redmi hasn’t elaborated on the Note 9T’s specs yet, other than confirming the 5G connection and revealing the design of the rear panel, which is home to Oreo-style triple cameras.
However, the Redmi Note 9T was discovered on the Geekbench with Dimensity 800U SoC, 4GB RAM, and Android 10.
Leaks and rumors suggest that the Redmi Note 9T is basically a rebranded Redmi Note 95G for the global market with low RAM and high screen refresh rates. You can check the detailed specifications of Redmi Note 95G here.