The price of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9T falls again to 199 euros, and with 5G so that you can already jump to the new connectivity
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One of Xiaomi’s star mobiles for 2021 goes down in price again, repeating the same offer that was available during its launch, just a few weeks ago.
If you want to buy the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9T 5G, you’d better hurry, and it has just dropped in price once again, returning to the 199 euros it cost during the days before its launch, when Xiaomi, Amazon and other stores left it somewhat cheaper.
Originally it would cost 249 euros, although little by little it will become more common to see it reduced in price, for example at this very moment. Its 199 euros that make it very worthwhile to bet on this device, the cheapest 5G mobile in Spain at the moment.
Of course, there are other phones with 5G that are quite competitive and at good prices, although none as cheap as this one from Xiaomi, which has only been on sale for two or three weeks in our country.
As we have already been able to test it thoroughly in its analysis, we can attest that it more than meets expectations, both in terms of performance and battery and also in terms of camera, although obviously without the boasts of a medium-high range, and it is that it is still a phone of less than 200 euros.
It stands out especially for its connectivity, not only because of 5G but because it also has NFC, which until now was not completely guaranteed in the case of the most affordable mobiles of the Asian brand.
It debuts the new Mediatek Dimensity 800U processor, which comes with an integrated 5G modem and which seems to perform at least on the same level as the Snapdragon 600 and 700 series, so you will not notice slowness in almost no time.
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