Redmi 9 spotted on FCC, to feature 4,920mAh battery

The Xiaomi Redmi 8 has been due for an update for a while now, and its successor the Redmi 9 has been spotted on the internet a couple of times now. An image shared by the tipster Sudhanshu A. gave us a glimpse of the alleged Redmi 9’s back panel and the same source also posted a few key details of the upcoming smartphone as well.

Now, Pricebaba has spotted the upcoming budget smartphone on the website of FCC certification of the US with the model number M2004J19G. The model number M2004J19G was recently spotted on the RF exposure webpage on Xiaomi’s global site as the Redmi 9.

Redmi 9 FCC listing details

The FCC listing of the handset has revealed that the smartphone will come with a rated battery capacity of 4,920mAh, which indicates a standard battery size of 5,020mAh. The device was also recently spotted on China’s 3C certification site revealing that the phone will have 10W charging.

The recent FCC listing also tells us that the Redmi 9 will boot MIUI 11, with Android 10 as the base in all likelihood. The listing also reveals that the Redmi 9 will feature dual-band Wi-Fi and support for 4G connectivity.

Redmi 9 rumoured specs

According to the past rumours, the Redmi 9 is expected to be powered by the MediaTek Helio G80 SoC, which recently debuted in India on the Realme Narzo 10. The previously leaked image showed a quad-camera setup on the back, which is expected to feature a 13-megapixel primary camera backed by 8-megapixel wide-angle lens, 5-megapixel macro lens and 2-megapixel depth sensor.

The smartphone is speculated to be offered in purple and green colour options. Unfortunately, as of now, nothing else is known about the upcoming smartphone. However, we can expect the Redmi 9 to go official soon.

Abhiman Biswas

Abhiman has over 8 years of experience in content development. He is a Senior Writer and Social Media Manager at Pricebaba. He covers technology news, feature articles, and tech reviews, apart from managing the official Facebook and Instagram handles. Despite a degree in marketing, his love for latest gadgets and technology steered him towards consumer technology coverage.