Xiaomi Redmi 9A Review
Xiaomi’s latest addition to their entry-level series is the Redmi 9A. It’s more affordable than its predecessor the Redmi 8A, and you might even see it as quite a downgrade—but let’s see! We’ve had the phone for more than a week now and here’s our full review.
Design and Construction
When we see budget smartphones, we don’t really expect too much ergonomically. Oftentimes we get a polycarbonate body, IPS display, and just the essential buttons and ports. Now the 9A has all that qualifications in bold solid colors like this Graphite Gray unit that we have. It’s not “glasstic” but it has some textured lines at the back making it look more classic.
You’ll also find here its single rear camera stacked vertically with the LED flash and some branding. The camera module has a short bump, but it doesn’t make the phone slip or wobble when placed on flat surfaces.
Unfortunately, there’s no fingerprint scanner in-sight and even on the sides so it purely relies on facial recognition and passcode for unlocking.
Located on the right are its volume rocker and power button, while on the left is its SIM tray for 2 nano-SIM cards and a microSD card that’s expandable up to 512GB.
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