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Redmi Note 9 Series LCD Panel Revealed Extreme Small Punch-Hole

It was reported that the new Redmi Note 9 phones were scheduled to launch in the middle of this month. The new series will consist of three devices. The higher version will also feature 108MP Samsung’s HM2 sensor.

Today, the famous Chinese blogger @Digital Chat Station has revealed the Redmi Note 9 series leak. The blogger has revealed the live image of high-end LCD panels. The blogger mentioned that “the single-hole aperture is almost equal to the mainstream flagship machine, and the installed machine will be 3.8mm± when the bm area is included”.

Redmi Note 9 National Bank Series High-End Panel

The blogger also said that “next year, the apertures of mainstream punch-screen flagships would mostly be 2.4mm±~2.9mm±. With a small diameter lens module and 0.7μm CIS, selfies will not be a problem.”

Previously, there were two new models from Xiaomi, which got spotted on 3C Certification. It seems like that both models are the same Redmi Note 9 series, namely the Standard version and the Pro version. The Pro version will support 33W fast charging while the standard will stick with 25W charging.

It is also expected that this series would also feature Qualcomm’s latest mid-range chipset “Snapdragon 750G”. The high-end version will be equipped with Samsung’s latest 100MP sensor “ISOCELL HM2”. The all-new Samsung HM2 sensor is 1/1.52 inches in size, with a unit pixel area of ​​0.7μm, and supports 9 pixels in one (equivalent to 2.1μm).

The company recently launched the Redmi Note 9 series with different specifications worldwide, but this new National Bank Version seems very different from the Global version.

Source
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