The Redmi 9 Prime is a great budget phone that offers a full HD+ display and a fingerprint sensor. It also has a dual rear camera and is a good choice for video calls. The 6.53-inch Full HD+ display is a nice size for binge-watching, gaming, and web browsing. Its resolution is 2340 x 1080 pixels, making it one of the best displays in this price range. Both phones come with a Non-removable Li-Po or Li-ion battery.
The base variant of the Redmi Note 9 Prime costs Rs. 13,499, and has a 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The premium version costs Rs. 14,999, and has 6GB of RAM and 128GB of inbuilt memory. Compared to the Redmi Note 9, the Redmi is 8% slimmer and 12% more expensive. The Xiaomi Redmi 8 Pro is also available for less than Rs. 10,000. The base variant costs Rs. 11,499, while the premium 6GB+128GB model costs Rs. 14,999.
The Redmi 9 Prime has a huge 5020mAh battery, an FHD+ display, and a 13 MP main camera powered by AI. Despite its smaller internal storage, it is still enough to handle everyday tasks. The Redmi 8 comes with a 16-GB internal storage, which is a decent amount. It isn’t a deal breaker, but it isn’t a great choice for anyone who wants a big screen.
The Redmi Note 9 Prime has a punch-hole cutout in the top-left corner of the screen and a 48MP primary camera. Both have Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection mi note 9 prime and a dedicated microSD card slot. But the main difference between the two is that the Redmi Note 9 Prime has a larger battery. The Redmi Note 9 has a notch, while the Redmi NOTE 9 has a punch-hole cutout.
The Mi Note 9 Prime is a powerful smartphone with a dual rear camera. Its f/2.0-aperture allows for clear, detailed images. The Redmi’s rear-mounted fingerprint scanner is also an important feature. If your phone won’t turn on, connect it to a charger first. Then try pressing the power key until you see the logo on the screen. Then release the power key.
The rear camera is a bit of a letdown. It produces all-over-the-place colours and isn’t very good at capturing details. The front camera is just as mediocre, with a low f/1.9 aperture. Neither has a front camera, but the camera is generally the best part of the smartphone. Its dual-camera system means you can take better pictures in low light conditions.