All models can be purchased now in the company’s stores and will be available in large stores throughout September.
Xiaomi continues its pulse with manufacturers such as realme for getting a low-end over which it already has some control. The company has just announced the arrival in Spain of three new devices, all of them for prices lower (quite a bit, in some cases) than 150 euros: Redmi 9AT, Redmi 9C, and Redmi 9C NFC.
Redmi 9AT arrives with a single configuration of 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage for 119 euros. It has a MediaTek Helio G25, has a 6.53-inch screen and a 13-megapixel main camera, as well as a 5-megapixel front camera and facial recognition. Its 5000 mAh battery is another of the highlights of a phone that will arrive in three colors: green, blue, and gray.
For its part, Redmi 9C is similar in its components, although it has a triple rear camera and is available in other colors: gray, blue (both in all different), and orange.
The 2 and 32 GB variant will also cost 119 euros and can be purchased in Xiaomi stores and Amazon, while the 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage version starts at 139 euros and will reach other large stores throughout September.
Finally, Redmi 9C NFC is traced to its ‘brother’ with a different surname, only that it provides this wireless technology, which slightly increases the price: 129 euros for the 2 and 32 model (already available within the Orange catalog and throughout next month in Carrefour) and 149 euros for the Redmi 9C NFC with 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage (available in September in the Mi Stores and Amazon).