It is common to see concept renders of upcoming smartphones pop up online. The renders are usually based on leaked details and in most cases, the final products hardly look any different.
The upcoming Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 has got its design rendered. One of them is from concept creator Ben Geskin who has got a pretty credible track record.
The render shows that the Redmi Note 9 will tag along a hole-punch design with the single selfie camera-bearing opening located at the top left corner just like on the Mi 10 series.
The design ensures the bezels are trimmed down to the barest with a high screen to bezels ratio. The rear aspect holds yet another surprise as the device packs a quad-camera design housed in a square-shaped module. An LED flash is located just under the module.
Xiaomi is expected to take the wraps off the Redmi Note 9 on March 12. The firm has also announced that the launch event will be an online-only event due to the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic in India. The Redmi Note 9’s landing page on Xiaomi India’s website teases the presence of a Mate 20-like square-shaped camera setup just as featured on the render above.
Further, we note the absence of a physical fingerprint sensor at the back. This is an indication that the device will likely have an in-display sensor or a side-mounted one.