The Redmi Note lineup has been an essential pillar in Xiaomi’s smartphone business and rightfully so as it ranks highly on the bang-for-buck scale. Now, in their ninth generation, the Redmi Notes are as attractive as ever, but the maker did not make it easy on the consumers by adopting a rather confusing naming convention.
We have the Redmi Note 9 Pro for review and this is the global version of the Redmi Note 9 Pro Max – an India-exclusive model. There is only one difference and that’s the selfie camera – 16MP vs. 32MP. Here’s a direct link to compare the two.
Then again, India also gets a Redmi Note 9 Pro model but that’s identical to the global Redmi Note 9S. Here’s a direct link to compare these other two.
No, it’s certainly hasn’t been easy keeping track of the Redmi Note 9 series all in one place but we did our best.
The Redmi Note 9 Pro, just like the many Redmi Notes before it, looks like a pretty solid midranger sold on a budget-friendly price. It has a large screen, gaming-friendly hardware by Qualcomm, an attractive multi-camera setup, a beefy battery, and the latest Android with MIUI, of course.