There’s been a sudden surge of budget phone launches in the past few months; the Redmi 9 from Xiaomi being one of them. This recent offering is priced under Rs. 10,000 and is the successor to the Redmi 8 (Review). The Redmi 9 sold in India shouldn’t be confused with the global model of the same name, which is sold as the Redmi 9 Prime (Review) over here. The Indian version of the Redmi 9 is actually a tweaked Redmi 9C.
With a starting price of Rs. 8,999, which is the variant I’ll be reviewing today, it’s time to see if the Redmi 9 is a better pick than other recent launches such as the Realme C12 and Narzo 20A.
Redmi 9 design: Keeping it simple
The Redmi 9 is fairly tall and wide, which is something I immediately noticed when trying to use it with one hand. Thankfully, it doesn’t feel too thick or heavy even though it measures around 9mm and weighs 194g. The power button is easy to reach but the volume buttons require a bit of hand shuffling as they’re placed above the power button, on the right side. The triple-slot SIM tray is on the left, there’s a headphone jack on the top, and the Micro-USB port and speaker are on the bottom. It’s surprising to see Xiaomi go back to a Micro-USB port here, considering this phone’s predecessor had a USB Type-C port.
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