According to a recent Tweet from Xiaomi’s Global VP and MD Xiaomi India, Manu Kumar Jain, the Redmi Note 9 will arrive in India on March 12. According to Redmi, due to the coronavirus epidemic ravaging the world, the Redmi Note 9 launch conference will hold online. The company said
“…There is a global outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 that has affected people severely. Given this unprecedented situation, we have an important update for you. We wont be holding any launch event on-ground throughout March in India. While weve been planning this launch for moonths, we believe this step is crucial. We are taking this decision with the objective of reducing exposure risk to coronavirus COVID-19 for our Mi fans, media friends, partners and Xiaomi employees…”
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Redmi Note 9 – what to expect
The Tweet from Mr. Jain also reveals a couple of information regarding this smartphone. The tweet comes with a huge “number 9” with four cameras in between the “9”. This suggests that this smartphone will use a quad-rear camera setup. In addition, the four sensors should be in a square – a design that is not common with Xiaomi.
Behold the answer to the most awaited question of 2020. Yes, the next #RedmiNote launches on March 12! 😎
Brace yourselves because #ProCamerasMaxPerformance is going to be nothing like you've ever seen before! 👊
— Manu Kumar Jain (@manukumarjain) March 2, 2020
Furthermore, the tweet also reveals that the upcoming smartphone will offer a “ProCamerasMaxPerformance”. To this end, the Redmi Note 9’s camera is worth looking forward to. Well, we expect the launch of the “Redmi Note 9 series” on March 12. As of now, there is also no information on its specs. In addition, there is also no confirmation on the devices to be in the series. If we are to go by Redmi’s usual itinerary, it should be Note 9 and Note 9 Pro at least. From the current information, it appears that India will be the first market to get this smartphone. It is no surprise that Xiaomi decided to honor India by first releasing this device in the second-most populous country worldwide. The Redmi brand has been doing quite well in the smartphone market – many thanks to India.