Xiaomi has just brought the duo Redmi Note 9 and Note 9 Pro. Both phones are the successors of the Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro which were introduced last year. Redmi Note 9 itself is equipped with four rear cameras, consisting of a 48 MP main camera, 8 MP ultrawide camera, 2 MP macro camera, and 2 MP depth sensor camera.
Xiaomi also equipped the mobile camera with a series of reliable intelligence-based features (AI). Three of them include software document scanner, cinematic video mode, and the kaleidoscope mode.
Document scanner, as the name suggests, allows users to juggle physical documents into virtual documents in the form of digital files through the camera application. The document scanner will automatically remove the shadow and optimize the image of the document with AI technology.
Unlike scanning documents, the cinematic video mode on Redmi Note 9 is intended for users who often create videos or short films. With this mode, the mobile camera can be used to take pictures or record videos with an aspect ratio of 2.39: 1 like a widescreen movie.
With cinematic mode , users can now record videos that are almost like scenes in a film. Kaleidoscope feature itself is a mode that allows users to take photos or videos with the effect of reflection or light reflection directly from the camera application.
In addition to the various software features, the Redmi Note 9 is also equipped with specifications that are fairly qualified in its class. The 6.53-inch phone (FHD Plus resolution) is powered by the Mediatek Helio G85 chipset, with 4GB / 64GB or GB / 128GB RAM and internal storage configurations, and a 5020 mAh jumbo capacity battery ( fast charging 18W).