Xiaomi announced that its smartphone, the REDMI Note 9 line sold a total of 20,000 units in the first four hours since the pro-order program for this line of devices began in the Indonesian market.
For information, REDMI Note 9 Pro is still offered in pre-order program in the country until 15 June, while Redmi Note 9 can still be ordered by Indonesian consumers until 16 June 2020.
The REDMI Note 9 that Xiaomi claimed as the champion 48MP Quad Camera was backed by the Helio G85 chipset, a 5,020 mAh battery and an 18W powered fast charging technology. In addition, the smartphone comes with a 6.53 inches screen FHD +, the technology of DotDisplay and Corning Gorilla Glass 5 is marketed at USD172.
The REDMI Note 9 Pro, nicknamed the Champion’s 64MP Quad Camera, is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 720G chipset, a 5,020 mAh battery with a 30W-powered fast charging technology.
This smartphone comes with a 6.67-inch FHD + DotDisplay screen and NFC features, and is marketed at a price of USD285. Indonesian consumers are marketed through a number of online stores, including Mi.com, Lazada, Shopee, Akulaku, and Mi Store from Home.
The first physical sale for the REDMI Note 9 Pro will be on June 16, 2020, while the REDMI Note 9 will be held on June 17, 2020. Previously, Xiaomi was reportedly preparing to market it outside of China with the Mi Notebook series having a premium look from its poster.
This information is known from a Twitter account upload @XiaomiIndia that looks at the short video display of the Mi Notebook laptop. This Laptop is shown to have a thin design so that the weight is ensured lightly. But there is not any information about the specifics.
Meanwhile, CNIPA released a new patent for Xiaomi’s smartphone design that was registered at the end of 2019 years ago. The document features a variety of design factors including flexible sailing phones and folding phones like shells.
The patent image fixed by LetsGoDigital displays the devices that are folded out of the way. The phone is also displayed armed with a bar as a location for the user’s hand when grasping the device.