Redmi 9A, characteristics of the super low-cost smartphone

The Redmi 9A was launched at a price below 100 euros. On board the Mediatek G25 chipset with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage

Xiaomi had announced in May 2020 the arrival of new low-cost smartphones in the summer and has kept its word. Redmi 9A is officially on sale since July 20 at around 100 euros, with a MediaTek processor and a 5000 mAh battery to ensure a duration of at least 2 days.

The features of the Redmi 9A reflect those of a low-cost smartphone, while still providing all the basic functionality that a phone should have. The octa-core processor, 2 GB RAM and 32 GB internal memory, expandable with microSD cards, ensure good performance and operation of the most popular apps, even some mobile games. In addition, the 6.53-inch screen offers blue light mode to avoid eye strain and a camera compartment that also supports facial recognition. With only about 100 euros, you get a complete and high-performance smartphone.

Redmi 9A, the features

The low-cost smartphone Redmi 9A is equipped with an octa-core MediaTek Helio G25 processor, with 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal memory with the possibility to expand it with a microSD up to 512 GB. Xiaomi's budget smartphone supports 4G and Wi-Fi connectivity, as well as Bluetooth.

The 6.53-inch screen is has HD+ resolution and also offers blue light mode, as appeared in recent certifications. The 13-megapixel rear camera can rely on artificial intelligence for great photos with portrait mode, HDR, time-lapse photography and short videos with kaleidoscope effect. The 5-megapixel front-facing camera also offers several features and supports HDR, facial recognition, and portrait mode. The non-removable 5000 mAh battery supports 10 W charging.

Redmi 9A, small price for many features

Despite the low cost, Redmi 9A offers a number of features that ensure a great experience. In addition to making phone calls, it lets you run the most popular apps, has a great camera and a long-lasting battery, all selling for $100, about 85 euros at the current exchange rate, which in Italy could come to a cost of 100 euros considering taxes as well.