Update: It has now been confirmed that the image is fake and doesn't really show the Note 9 Pro. We apologize to those of you it may have mislead.
Xiaomi's former sub-brand Redmi will unveil the Note 9 series tomorrow, and we expect to see three smartphones - the vanilla Note 9, a Pro model, and a Max variant.
The Note 9 and Note 9 Pro recently passed through Geekbench, revealing their key specs in the process. And today we are looking at a live image of what's allegedly the Note 9 Pro, along with its retail box.
The image doesn't reveal any specifications of the Note 9 Pro but shows off the back of the device which houses a square-shaped quad camera setup. Also, unlike its predecessor, the Note 9 Pro doesn't have a rear-mounted fingerprint reader because it will be likely embedded to the power button located on the right side of the phone.
Another detail to note here is that Redmi Note 9 Pro is rumored to arrive in Aurora Blue, Glacier White and Interstellar Black colors, but the unit we are looking at has a coat of red paint. This either confirms the Note 9 Pro will be available in more than three colors, or that we are looking at a fake image. The latter is likely possible since the number '9' on the box looks photoshopped and the cameras aren't aligned properly.
We don't have to wait much longer to find out since the Note 9 lineup will be unveiled tomorrow through an online-only event which will start at 6:30 AM UTC.
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