After launching the entry-level Redmi 9 smartphone last week, Xiaomi will soon be bringing an even more affordable handset to the market – Redmi 9A. This device, which reportedly carries the model number M2006C3LG, had been certified by the FCC authority which hints on its imminent launch.
Although there isn’t much information revealed on the listing, but it do confirmed that the Redmi 9A will come with a hefty 4,900mAh battery with 10W charging rate. It also revealed that the device will boot on the latest MIUI 12 based on Android 10 OS.
Other than that, we also know pretty much about the rest of its specs courtesy of an earlier leak. Starting off with its front panel, the device will feature a 6.53-inches HD+ LCD display along with a 5 megapixels selfie camera.
On its rear, the Redmi 9A has a single 8 megapixels camera which is likely to be accompanied with a LED flash. Under the hood, the device is fueled by an upcoming MediaTek’s budget SoC known as Helio G25. This will be assisted by 3GB RAM and 32GB onboard storage which is likely to be expandable via a microSD card.
In terms of pricing, the Redmi 9A will allegedly be priced between €100 (US$111) to €120 (US$134). In contrast, the newly announced Redmi 9 currently retails at €149 and €179 respectively for its 3GB+32GB and 4GB+64GB models.