Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 9 5G a few months back in the Chinese market. The device is yet to make its outing to the world but there’s no official confirmation regarding the same. Now, a device carrying the model number M2007J22G has appeared on the Geekbench portal revealing its key specifications. The aforementioned model number matches a device that popped earlier on NBTC affirming it to have the ‘Redmi Note 9T 5G’ moniker. Insiders believe it to be the global variant of China’s Note 9 5G.
The Redmi Note 9T 5G was benchmarked just yesterday with 598 single-core scores and 1760 multi-core scores. Sadly, the phone has the older Android 10 OS running inside. It powers the MediaTek ARM MT6853T which is believed to be the Dimensity 800U SoC. The Note 9T has the same chipset as China’s Note 9 5G hinting for it to be a global rebadged model.
The variant in the listing has 4GB of RAM which is less than what Note 9 5G ships in China. The Chinese Note 9 5G comes in two variants 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 256GB. We expect the following 4GB RAM variant to have 64GB of onboard storage.
Aside from this, the tipster Abhishek Yadav suggests that Xiaomi could launch next month in the global market. While the other specs are unknown, we can expect them to have the same on-paper specs as the Chinese Note 9 5G. The Note 9T 5G is expected to sport s 6.53-inch Full-HD+ display with a high refresh rate. It could house a big 5,000mAH battery with fast charging support. Lastly, the phone might have a triple rear camera system similar to the Note 9 5G i.e. 48 + 8 + 2.
Before we speculate more, let’s wait for the company to officially announce it in the coming weeks.
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