The Redmi Note 9S was the first of its line to be presented, and also the first to arrive in Brazil. Counting on the hitherto unpublished Snapdragon 720G, the device brings many points in common with its Pro variant, and even so has very similar price in the international market (which unfortunately did not happen in Brazil).
Officially launched for R$ 2,799, the Redmi Note 9S can be found in importers marketplaces for about R$ 1,700 currently in its version of 3GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, and that’s exactly the one we’ll look at at that first moment.
The device has a large IPS LCD screen of 6.67 inches Full HD+, but its battery of 5,020mAh promises to take care of the message, and considering that qualcomm’s chip is also promising in terms of energy consumption we should have an even longer time than seen in the Redmi Note 8 Pro, which has in battery life one of its greatest virtues.
Our battery test consists of running several popular apps, games and services in timed cycles until the device shuts down, being given a standby time between cycles so that we can track the consumption of the processes in the background.
Interested in how the Redmi Note 9S will do? Then set the alarm clock and follow everything with us in real time from 7 am on Thursday, June 25, brasilia time.