We have finally found the best GCam for Redmi Note 9T! Redmi Note 9T is a mid-range device with an almost flagship SOC inside. And also with its entry-level camera sensor, Samsung GM1, and the underdeveloped MIUI Camera, the pictures might not be as good as you saw in those Youtube videos. However, we have the best GCam for Redmi Note 9T, with the best config on our hands.
GCam for Redmi Note 9T: The Camera
Redmi Note 9T’s camera sensors are not that great. But, it’s far better than nothing. Most low-end and entry-level mid-range phones have worse camera sensors, which also means far worse camera quality in the pictures, even if you took it with the perfect angle, quality, settings, and ratio.
Redmi Note 9T has an above-average camera that was downgraded badly by Redmi these ditch the 2nd ultra-wide camera sensor for the global variant, Redmi Note 9T, and add the Chinese variant, Redmi Note 9 5G. Both devices almost have the same camera inside, with the different second cameras on both devices, Redmi Note 9T 5G has a macro camera while Redmi Note 9 5G has an ultra-wide camera sensor inside.
Both phones have the same specifications, but with slight differences, Redmi Note 9T and Note 9 5G came with Mediatek Dimensity 800U 5G Octa-core (2×2.4 GHz Cortex-A76 & 6×2.0 GHz Cortex-A55) CPU with Mali-G57 MC3 as the GPU. 6.53″ 1080×2340 60Hz IPS LCD display. One 13MP, and three 48MP Samsung S5GKM1 Main camera sensor, 2MP macro sensor (8MP ultra-wide for Redmi Note 9 5G) and 2MP depth sensors. 4/6GB RAM with 64/128GB internal storage support (also 6/8 for Redmi Note 9 5G). Xiaomi Redmi Note 9(T) 5G came with a 5000mAh Li-Ion battery + 18W fast charging support. Intended to come with Android 10-powered MIUI 12. You can check this device’s full specifications by clicking here. And to click here as well.
Here are the Camera Samples of Redmi Note 9T 5G. The photos that are taken are well balanced. You might not get the same results if your adjustments aren’t right.
Those photos has been taken on great places that has good amount of lights, vegetation, and everything to show GCam’s quality on. Redmi Note 9T is a device with a starter-level camera sensor, yes. But it performs pretty well, even for the Samsung GM1 sensor.
Download Link and How to set the config.
Setting the config of GCam might be funky for the people that hasn’t heard of it yet, so we have made you a guide on how to do it:
- Go to your internal storage with the file explorer.
- Create “Gcam” Folder.
- Open the Gcam folder and create “Configs8.4” folder.
- Put one of the configs you have got from the drive from there.
- Open GCam, double click underneath the camera shutter icon.
- Press “IMPORT”
You can get the link of the GCam with the config by clicking here. You can also get the GCam ports on other devices by going on to our Google Play page of GCamloader.
GCam for Redmi Note 9T: The Conclusion
The community has found a great GCam port with a great config for this great device. This is the best GCam for Redmi Note 9T. And it takes great photographs. Most of the Mediatek Xiaomi devices still doesn’t have a GCam port, it’s great that Redmi Note 9T, Redmi Note 8 Pro and Redmi Note 10S got one. As Mediatek development goes on by the passing years, more GCam ports will be there for Mediatek Xiaomi devices.