Redmi phones have gained great popularity in Europe as they are Xiaomi’s cheapest range. In its ninth generation we have known several models, but it seems that there is still room for the last one that was presented today, the Redmi 9 Power, a terminal that has just competed with the Realme 7i recently present.
The new Redmi 9 Power that we already knew in Europe
I admit that by the time I started writing this article I have been looking at this mobile for a while, thinking how familiar it was to me. It is not for less, since this mobile was presented several days ago in Europe. Although in India it is called Redmi 9 Power, this is exactly the Poco M3 that was presented before Black Friday and was one of the most recommended purchases.
New Poco M3: the cheapest design and battery
The Xiaomi Poco M3 is a terminal with a unique design, moderate performance and a battery of exceptional capacity. And above all, it’s not expensive.
The only difference between the Redmi 9 Power and the Poco M3 is the design of the photo module.
The only difference, and which did not make us think directly of this mobile, was that the design of the camera module is more traditional since it does not have the black paint rectangle, but otherwise it is the same excellent mobile that we recommend, from dimensions and weight to technical characteristics, with its Snapdragon 662 processor, its 6.53-inch IPS screen and its gigantic 6000 mAh battery.
The Redmi 9 Power went on sale today in India and since it is a mobile that is sold in Europe under another name, let’s hope it doesn’t arrive in Europe as it will often be a mess in the catalog of the brand to have the same model twice. Their prices in India are as follows:
- Version with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage for 10,999 rupees, approximately 122.36 dollars to change.
- Version with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage for 11,999 rupees, approximately 133.48 dollars to change.