Xiaomi lowers the official price of the Mi 10T Pro and the Redmi Note 9 in Mexico, these are their new costs

Xiaomi lowers the official price of the Mi 10T Pro and the Redmi Note 9 in Mexico, these are their new costs

Since its arrival in Mexico three years ago, the Chinese manufacturer has been gaining strength in the different ranges of the smartphone market. Today through a statement, Xiaomi announced that they have cut the official price of two of their equipment.

The first is the Mi 10T Pro, a phone that upon its arrival last December became the cheapest Snapdragon 865 device in Mexico. It seems that it will keep this title for a longer time since its price will go from being from 16,999 to 15,199 pesos.

This flagship of the brand also has a 6.67-inch LCD screen with a 144 Hz refresh rate, 256 GB of storage and 8 GB of RAM. triple sensor with a 108 MP main camera and 5,000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging via USB type C.

Meanwhile, the other team that also changed its price in a more discreet way was the Redmi Note 9, which will now go from cost 6,499 to 5,999 pesos. This mid-range has 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, with a 6.53-inch screen with a hole for the front camera.

In addition to this, it is equipped with the MediaTek Helio G85 chipset, a quad module with a 48 MP camera plus three other sensors and a 5,020 mAh battery with an 18W fast charge.

“Thanks to the commitment that Xiaomi has with Mexico, a series of price adjustments were made on their smartphones, permanently, presenting a range of even more accessible options so that users can change or update their devices this 2021.”

Xiaomi mentioned that more models from other ranges also have a price reduction and the different stores and authorized distributors in our country can be consulted from today.

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