Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro now available to buy offline; price starts at Rs 11,499

“The Redmi 6 Pro is the first handset in the series to come with a notch-toting display”

Earlier this month, Xiaomi unveiled the Redmi 6 Pro (review), along with the Redmi 6 and Redmi 6A smartphones, in India. The handsets then went on sale exclusively on e-commerce portals like Amazon, Flipkart and Mi.com. However, now the ‘Pro’ variant of the Redmi 6 series, can be purchased from retail stores across the country. Notably, both the 3GB RAM and 4GB RAM variants of the Redmi 6 Pro are available in the offline market.


The Redmi 6 Pro can be picked from the bricks-and-mortar stores at a price of Rs 11,499 for the base model, and Rs 13,499 for the higher-end variant. Notably, the price is slightly higher — Rs 500, to be exact — from the online pricing. Xiaomi is offering the handset in red, black, blue, and rose gold hues.


As for the specifications, the Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro boasts a 5.84-inch Full HD+ display with a notch up top and an aspect ratio of 19:9. The phone is driven by the Snapdragon 625 SoC, which has powered several offering in the Redmi range, including the Redmi Note 5 (review) and Redmi Y2 (review). The chipset is paired with Adreno 512GPU and two storage options on 32GB and 64GB. 

In the imaging department, the Redmi 6 Pro sports dual 12MP + 5MP sensors on the rear with LED flash and a 5MP shooter on the front for selfies and video calling. Last but not the least, the handset boots Android Oreo-based MIUI 9.6 out of the box and is powered by a beefy 4,000mAh battery.

Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro Specifications
Octa Core, 2 GHz
Snapdragon 625
5.84 inches (14.83 cm)
1080x2280 px, 432 PPI
12 MP + 5 MP Dual Primary Cameras
LED Flash
5 MP Front Camera
4000 mAh
Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro Price View All
Rs. 7,160.00
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Rs. 7,599.00
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Rs. 7,999.00
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Ashish is one of the youngest members of 91mobiles, and a recent tech geek convert. When he's not churning out articles, you’ll find him watching sports or binging TV shows. He listens to John Mayer when beating Delhi traffic.
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