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Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro | 6GB/128GB | Unlocked | $315 Delivered @ TobyDeals (HK)


Blessing from the Australian Dollar getting stronger day by day, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro on Toby Deals is now down to $325 incl. GST.

  • Apply Promo Code CART3 at checkout to get 3% off, bringing the price down to $315.25.
  • New TobyDeals Customers, Apply TOBY10 at Checkout to get a flat $10 off, bringing the price down to $315.

Includes Band 28 (700 MHz) for Australia which is widely used by all Telcos.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro 6GB/128GB Dual Sim, Interstellar Grey ā€“ Unlocked.


  • Qualcomm SM7125 Snapdragon 720G (8 nm) with Octa-core (2x2.3 GHz Kryo 465 Gold & 6x1.8 GHz Kryo 465 Silver)
  • Adreno 618 GPU
  • Android 10, MIUI 11 with MIUI12 rolling out.
  • 6GB RAM, 128GB Memory
  • Dual SIM, Dual 4G (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by), with microSDXC (dedicated slot)
  • 6.67 inches, 107.4 cm2 (~84.5% screen-to-body ratio) 1080 x 2340, 395 ppi, 19.5:9 ratio
  • Resolution 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 ratio (~395 ppi density)
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 5
  • Rear Camera: 64.0 + 8.0 + 5.0 + 2.0 MP with gyro-EIS
  • Front Camera: 16.0 MP
  • Video 4K @ 30fps, 1080p @ 120fps, 720p @ 960fps
  • NFC
  • Infrared, GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS
  • FM Radio
  • Fingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot
  • Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE
  • 5020 mAh Li-Po Non-removable battery
  • Fast Charging 30W

4G LTE Bands:

  • B1 (2100 MHz)
  • B2 (1900 MHz)
  • B3 (1800 MHz)
  • B4 (1700 MHz)
  • B5 (850 MHz)
  • B7 (2600 MHz)
  • B8 (900 MHz)
  • B20 (800 MHz)
  • B28 (700 MHz)
  • B40 (2300 MHz)

Full Specifications on GSM Arena: https://www.gsmarena.com/xiaomi_redmi_note_9_pro-10217.php

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  • I can't believe I'm tempted to buy this when I just bought a new phone 4 months ago.

    Good deal.

    • You should invest in a bit more in future proof phones maybe?

      • +10 votes

        Going by Xiaomi's trend, they destroy your 'Future Proof' prior Xiaomi phone. Those who have Note 8 / Note 8 Pro now would be tempted to buy Note 9 Pro although their phone is technically Future Proof, for the time being.

        • YES! I have a redmi note 8t and wish i could have got this instead with a Snapdragon 720p vs 665
          EDIT - man, but this thing is even thicker and heavier! wow, must be a brick! Also, this has bluetooth 5.0 which would be great!

        • I'm rocking Redmi Note 8 Pro, which was a purchase decision solely based on the looks, for the lake of better-looking phones at that price and +900.. YES that includes the note 10 lineup that I hated (and waited for, for 3 years, if it only was an s10+ with a pen).

          I am a notch below superuser, but I don't really game. Soo, my phone is gonna be in service for a while.

          sorry for talking too much..

          TobyDeals have great prices as always..

      • My Oppo is fine honestly, I was eyeing this off when I was deciding, but at the time it was much cheaper and also local warranty.

        But the current price of this Xiaomi is pretty tempting.

        • +1 vote

          I have Oppo R9s which still have Android 6.0 and I cannot see when Oppo will update it to latest version. Looking for new phone and avoid Oppo.

          • @yht: The A52 has been receiving monthly security patches, they're putting a lot more effort into their more budget range these days.

            The Redmi is great for custom roms though, if you want to avoid Oppo then definitely grab this phone. No brainer at this price.

            • +3 votes

              @mangobango: I'm having a Redmi Note 5 Pro (March'2018), was on Android Nougat (7.0) when purchased. I got updates to Oreo (8.0), and Pie (9.0) in 2 years time. Also, even if the Android updates stop, Xiaomi still keeps updating MIUI, so the phone will still receive MIUI12 slated in October'2020.

              And I had purchased this phone for $259 in March'2018. Still using it, no battery deterioration, nothing. I don't need a new phone, just that I dont have Band 28 and I'm not getting VoLTE on Boost Mobile due to it.

              • @djoz: +1 to @djoz - I've got a note 7, upgraded from a note 3 last year. The note 3 is still going strong and i think the battery still has a days use. It would probably be the note 11 or whatever by the time i'm ready to get a new phone in 3 years.

      • You should invest in a bit more in future proof phones maybe?

        No such thing. Better to buy cheaper phones then upgrade them every 9-12 months with every update.

  • Ordered the 64gb variant last week for $301, still in processing…
    Their email says they dont have stock

    Toby delays !

    • Haha, nice wordplay for their site name.

    • I got my within 7 days. Bought on Tues last week, in my hand on Tues this week. Mine is the 128GB model, may they have more stock on that.

      • Are you in Australia? or in overseas?

        • Australia, NSW, Sydney.

          • @timhn: are these shipped from AUS? or coming from overseas?

            • @db2k: from HK…

              i am in VICTORIA

              i ordered 19 August

              they despatch is on 26 August (after i opened paypal dispute to force them to work on it)

              arrive in Melb 1 Sept

              now stuck in austpost, as i know australia post is working hard to fulfill all deliveries due to covid, so i just wait patiently, at least toby deals despatch it already

              • @langitbiru: I ordered some from Myer and it took almost 28 days. That's why 7 days from overseas is super quick.

                • @Torres: I know. I was shocked when i saw the status that it arrived in Australia so quick.

                  Below is the timeline.

                  Out for Delivery
                  Botany - AUSTRALIA

                  01 Sep 2020
                  07:45 AM
                  In Transit to Destination
                  Botany - Australia

                  31 Aug 2020
                  09:41 AM
                  Arrived Hub
                  Botany - Australia

                  31 Aug 2020
                  09:32 AM
                  In Transit to Destination
                  HONG KONG

                  28 Aug 2020
                  12:00 AM
                  HONG KONG

                  26 Aug 2020
                  08:56 PM
                  Arrived Hub
                  HONG KONG

                  26 Aug 2020
                  08:13 PM
                  Arrived Hub
                  HONG KONG

                  26 Aug 2020
                  08:13 PM
                  KWAI CHUNG - HONG KONG

              • @langitbiru: @langitbiru Yours and mine are keeping each other company … they travelled together and are both waiting for the big day!! I got the exact dates … fingers crossed it's soon!!!

              • @langitbiru: How does the warranty on these work? RTB? or can service localy in AUS?

                These guys are the authorised repairers in AUS and they said they need to check via the IMEI to determine the warranty status ….


                I was leaning towards buying non-grey stock with AUS tax invoice …. what did you guys think about warranty when considering, and pulling the trigger?

              • @langitbiru: @langitbiru Got my Nope 9 Pro today … I am sure our phones travelled together from HK … did you get yours??? It's pretty swish!!!

      • They used DPEX this time. The speed was incredible. If they keep this up I might buy more from them. Hopefully more seller start using DPEX

    • Ordered mine 13th august, received On 25th..

  • How cheap is the 64gb model going for?

    • Like $301ish.

      Probably better off grabbing the 128gb model, as a 64gb microSD would likely cost more than $14.

      • On the other hand, you can reuse the microSD in another device after you stop using this phone.

    • $311, down to $301.67 after applying CART3. I feel the extra $13.58 is certainly worth getting double storage, hence doesn't look like a deal when compared to 128GB version.

  • Has anyone bought from them or teco before? Do they supply au chargers at all?

  • Would this be an upgrade, a sidegrade, or a downgrade from a OnePlus 5?

  • +1 vote

    I am still tossing between this and Redmi Note 8 Pro and Mi Note 10 lite ($100 more) as looking for one that has better camera quality.

    • I was basically doing the same thing and looking for the best camera quality in the lineup before I bought the Note 9 Pro. I suspect all three phones have the exact same sensor and lens setup based on the specs available, although the 10 Lite has laser autofocus (according to gsmarena) which might mean that you get faster and more accurate focus in some low light conditions. Software would be the main variable left to affect photo quality but if you slap gcam onto them then you can basically be in control of that too. I think objectively the Note 10 Lite is the better phone with the AMOLED screen but in my case it was a stretch budget-wise to even the 64gb version, and it doesn't have an microSD slot. The Note 8 Pro, having a Mediatek processor, is less widely supported for gcam so there was a bit of a risk going that way for me as I like to tinker, which left the Note 9 Pro.

  • The price of this phone is awesome. I bought for $325 last week.

  • This Xiaomi or this Umidigi for $225 delivered ?

    Only consideration for me is the processor difference. SD720 vs Helio P60

    All other differences doesn't matter too much for me.

  • Don't need to be a new customer to use Toby10 code. Applied succesfully on exist. account.

  • bought the 64gb variant from kogan for 329 but with the comfort of local warranty as standard which tobydeals dont offer

    • Can't agree more but the Kogan is out of stock now.

    • Is Kogan great on warranty issues ???

      • Kogan is not an official Xiaomi reseller in Australia. They are still dealing in grey imports. So unless the phone comes with a global warranty, your not getting a true local manufacturer's warranty. Your dealing with Kogan directly. It's not the same as buying from from JB, HN or the official online mi store au. But the official au prices are ridiculous.

        • Yes that's what I though so you would still need to deal with Kogan, them holding the warranty, not really a preferred option to put it nicely.

  • How does this compare to the Redmi note 8 Pro? Is it worth upgrading as my 8 Pro is sometimes laggy when browsing

  • My Note 8 pro's camera is very average.

    Anyone go Google Gcam to load on it? Loved it on my pocofone

    • Gcam works great on it, I'm personally running the PixelCam Plus version of it (despite not being a fan of the orange icon…) as it was one that was known to work with all three main cameras. I'm sure other versions run fine but I'll give this one a good burl before I really look at changing.

  • Bought same off TobyDeals a month ago for $338, really good phone. The package came via DPEX to Australia, swapped over to Toll when it got here but took a long time so if you don't see tracking updates for a while try slapping the tracking number into the Toll website.

    • How is the camera quality ?

      • Really can't fault the main camera at all, it's maybe a slight step up from my older Redmi Note 7 which was already pretty great with gcam, just from the bump in megapixels from 12 to 16 (binned). The wide angle is okay, it takes nice photos but doesn't quite have the dynamic range of the main but it is better than my only other point of reference which is the wide angle on my old LG V20 and it can adjust focus which is nice, I understand most wide angles are fixed focus. The macro lens is convenient as I probably take more macro shots than most people would, image quality is good enough, as reviews say you might get better results cropping the main camera's image but in reality I'm not going to bother going through that process for quick snapshots.

    • Does it come with a protective case?

  • so 2 weeks ago i ordered the Nokia 5.3 ~$200, but due to shipping delays was about to cancel it and get the ~$250 Oppo A52…. now I find myself here at $300…
    Not a heavy user, odd browsing and messaging apps and FB, no gaming, wouldn't mind a better camera, but noting I currently have a 5 year old Xiaomi Redmi 3 (i think), so anything is likely a substantial improvement in that department.
    Need someone to talk me out of waiting for the $200 Nokia, and getting this. What benefits will I really get?

    • If it's any consolation you will get better warranty service with Amazon

      Also no Xiaomi bloat ware, which is one of the major pain points of Xiaomi in my experience

      This is however a much faster phone with more memory and it is miles ahead of the Nokia 5.3 in the processor department. Snapdragon 730g is a generation ahead of the 665

  • LCD screen is a bummer

  • Damn AUD.

    That's a good price.

  • Caved in…

  • Could any existing RN9 pro user confirm volte or wifi calling support this device on Telstra network?

  • Do you guys think this is a good upgrade from basic iPhone 7. Iā€™m always holding out for a good upgrade deal. :0

  • How is the camera and battery life if this phone compared with Mi 9T?

  • Is this a decent upgrade from a galaxy s8? Partner and myself are looking for a new phone each.

  • Have been using Xiaomi for the last 8 years with 7 different models - I upgrade almost every year because they are so cheap. They are all good value for money honest speaking. However, I noticed that the phone mute sometime (between 3 to 5 seconds) during the conversation. It doesn't happen everytime but it happens intermittently.
    Can live with it but sometimes it's very annoying if it was important calls.

  • I want something like this but with AMOLED screen.

    • The Mi Note 10 Lite is almost the exact same thing (less an microSD slot if that's important to you) with an AMOLED screen for an additional 100 bucks, but you pretty much have to start dropping specs to get AMOLED at the same price.

  • Thanks for this, Op. Bit the bullet and await the upgrade to my Mi Max 3. so glad there was a decent successor.

  • the NFC version if you can live with 4GB ram is ~$257 delivered from banggood

  • I bought this from Tecobuy for $328 over the weekend.

  • I put an order for XIAOMI 10 lite 5G on 28th of Aug, still in processing status. So I just requested to cancel it. Waited for too long…

  • I want the phone with 12mp wide angle camera, all these phones which are under $500 range come only with 8mp wide angle. Any recommendations for 12mp wide angle, which are reasonably priced?

  • Is it worth it with the dust issue creeping up? Still thinking whether to risk buying this or not