Xiaomi is a relative newcomer to the UK, but has plenty of pedigree in the mobile phone market globally – only Apple, Huawei and Samsung are bigger. Its typical approach seems to be to offer good specs and even better value, and this new Redmi model looks to toe the line. Two things that stand out are its display and cameras. A 6.67-inch Full HD+ display (2,400 x 1,080p) is huge by any standard and it’s truly impressive to get a screen this big for less than £200. Most smartphones with 6.6 to 6.7-inch displays, such as the Motorola Edge and OnePlus 7 Pro, cost £500 or more. The Redmi Note 9 Pro also comes with a total of five cameras – four on the rear and one on the front. Its quad rear camera array features a 64Mp wide-angle lens, 8Mp ultra-wide-angle lens, 5Mp macro camera and 2Mp depth camera. You’ll have a 16Mp wide-angle lens camera to take all your selfies with. Elsewhere, it has a hefty 5,020mAh battery, 6GB of Ram and 64GB of internal storage. Is this phone the winning Best Buy? Read our full Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro review to find out.