Redmi Note 9T alleged Geekbench listing tips some important information about the upcoming phone. The phone is listed to be powered by a ARM MT6853T processor, which is associated with the MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC. The Redmi Note 9T is expected to launch in global markets as a rebadged model of the Redmi Note 9 5G launched in China last month. The Redmi Note 9 5G model in China comes with model number M2007J22C, and the Redmi Note 9T model on Geekbench has been listed with model number M2007J22G.
Geekbench has listed the phone as Xiaomi M200722G on the site. This model number has been associated with the Redmi Note 9T as the phone was recently spotted with the same model number on Thailand’s NBTC certification site and also on Malaysia’s (SRIM) certification site. The Geekbench listing suggests that the phone may run on old Android 10 software and pack only 4GB of RAM. The China Redmi Note 9 5G model comes in 6GB and 8GB RAM options. A 4GB option of the phone was not introduced in China. It remains to be seen whether the global model will be more competitively priced. But the Redmi Note 9T listed on Geekbench could also just be a test version, and Xiaomi might launch the phone with updated software.
Coming to the processor, the upcoming Redmi Note 9T is listed on Geekbench to come with ARM MT6853T processor. This is the same processor that the Redmi Note 9 5G was listed with, when it was spotted on Geekbench a while back. This suggests that the Redmi Note 9T may also be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 800U SoC, just like the Redmi Note 9 5G China model.
Apart from this, the Geekbench listing reveals little else. There is no confirmation from Xiaomi regarding the launch of the Redmi Note 9T yet. However, with its spotting on so many certification sites and now on Geekbench, the company looks to be working on making the Redmi Note 9T official soon.
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