Redmi Note 9 Pro (128 GB) with Mi Band 5 on offer

Complete package cheaper: The bundle of smartphone and fitness tracker from Xiaomi is available at a very attractive price.

Like its predecessors, the Redmi Note 9 device series is one of the best-selling Android smartphones in the world. Now the current Pro model is again cheaper, but this time in a complete package with a fitness tracker. For a total price of 229 euros we get the Xiaomi smartphone including the Mi Band 5 at MediaMarkt. The promotion is still available until January 13th. Simply add both devices to the shopping cart in the online shop.

Redmi Note 9 Pro: top model of the series in a bundle with fitness tracker

Data sheet of the Redmi Note 9 Pro

  • 6.67 inch display, Full HD +, Gorilla Glass 5
  • 6 GB RAM, 128 GB memory (expandable)
  • Snapdragon 720G processor
  • 5,020 mAh battery, USB-C, 30 watt fast charging
  • 64 MP quad camera + ultra wide angle, macro, depth
    16 MP front camera for selfies
  • Dual SIM, WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS / Glonass
  • 3.5 jack, infrared transmitter, fingerprint sensor
  • 165.75 x 76.68 x 8.8 mm, 209 g
  • Android operating system with Google apps
  • Colors: white, gray, green

Data sheet of the Xiaomi Mi Band 5

  • 1.1 inch OLED display, color, touch
  • Magnet charger, battery for approx. Two weeks running time
  • 11 professional sport modes
  • 24h pulse with PPG sensor
  • 50 meters waterproof (5 ATM)
  • Interchangeable bracelet
  • Sports: outdoor running, treadmill, cycling, walking, freestyle, pool swimming, elliptical, rowing machine, jump rope, indoor cycling (indoor bike), yoga

The price for both is okay, but it is definitely not the best offer ever.

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Note: Prices and products offered can change shortly before or during the promotion. We have no influence on that. We only consider German shops and recommend that you take a look at a price comparison before buying. More deals here. If you have a tip for us, join our Telegram group!

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