MIUI 12 global rollout starts on May 19

Image courtesy Medium  Digitalfopper

Image courtesy Medium Digitalfopper

The top-end Redmi Note 9 series smartphone was launched alongside the Note 9 Pro, but its sale was delayed due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown.

On this Sunday, 10 May at 4:30 PM, the protagonist of Xiaomi and successor of monarchs Redmi Note 9S will make its debut in Pakistan and we are sure that like its predecessor it'll receive a massive response and love from our Fans and Lovers. It's easy to understand from the perspective of the company, but that doesn't change the fact that it's a kick to the shin of those who did buy the phone. It will go on its first sale this week i.e on 12th May (Tuesday). Now it will be available at a new price.

Well, the user has also shared a screenshot of the device information where we can clearly see a Redmi Note 6 Pro running the MIUI 12 beta ROM on Android 10. The telephone will be bought in Aurora Blue, Glacier White and Interstellar Black choices. In July, the manufacturer plans to update some phones to 12 of the shell MIUI, which is based on the Android operating system the ninth and tenth versions, but everything will depend on the specific model. Even worse is the fact that the phone remains on MIUI 10, while Xiaomi's other phones are on MIUI 11 already.

MIUI 12 global rollout starts on May 19

The telephone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G. To increase the phone's storage, 2 + 1 slots have been provided and the storage can be increased to 512GB. And if that's what it takes to have decently priced phones, it's not a big issue. The other three camera sensors feature an 8MP ultra-wide lens, a 5MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. The device has an in-display camera for selfie, which is a 32MP sensor. Although the latter had a 10W charger even as the Redmi 8 series supports 18W charging.

Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS/ A-GPS, NavIC, USB Type-C, 3.5mm headphone jack, etc.

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