With the launch of the Redmi K20 series handsets, the company showed it still can offer cost-effective flagships, though the prices of components have risen a lot. But this also means that Redmi is offering a newer, more innovative, and shortly, a better smartphone rather than Xiaomi. This is unacceptable. To fix this, the company has decided to replace the Redmi logo on the back with its own and bring it to the market. In other words, the Xiaomi Mi 9T is on the way. Apart from the mainland, it will hit other markets as well. One of the first destinations is Europe. Moreover, this model has managed to appear in some of them. But the release of the Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro was delayed because of some reasons. Today, Yu Man, general manager of Xiaomi’s Russian business, confirmed to users that the Pro variant will be released soon in Russia.
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In addition, Xiaomi Polish executives also said that the Mi 9T Pro will land in Poland later this year. But before the end of this summer, the Mi 9T Pro will not appear in the Polish market.
XDA member kackskrz found the Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro brand name in the MIUI camera app. Developers also found photo watermarks corresponding to three different variants of Redmi K20 Pro (raphael, raphaelin, raphael_global).
These clues reveal that the Mi 9T Pro is ready to be released for the European market.
P.S. After the release of the Redmi K20 series, Xiaomi India head Manu Kumar Jain confirmed that the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro will be released in India in early July.