If you wanna buy a low budget then at least once you will have a suggestion of buying the Redmi Note series in the past they have given some amazing specs for the price
This post is the review for Redmi NOTE 8 pro the latest in the Redmi note Series
So let’s get going and start with the looks and design the looks are somewhat similar to the Realme XT with gradient finish and glass protection on both the back and front the looks are good and design is very similar to the Realme XT.
coming to the display, Redmi note 8 pro has an IPS-LCD display and honestly in its price segment is very good in terms of display, so no issues with the display.
Next is Performance and here thing are somewhat surprising it is power by a Mediatek Helio G90T, and seriously MediaTek doesn’t have a very good reputation when it comes to benchmarks and performance but this time The Helio G90T is very good and maybe for the first time a MediaTek processor is performing better than its Qualcomm counterpart, the Helio G90T coupled with a 6/8 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of Storage performs great and run almost all the apps smoothly and gives very good gaming experience.
No issues with the Performance.
Now let’s talk about Optics
Redmi Note 8 Pro has a Quad camera setup the same one as that of the Realme XT the primary one being a 64 Samsung sensor with f/1.9 aperture, the second one is an 8 MP ultrawide lens with f/2.2 aperture, the third one is a 2 MP macro sensor and the fourth one is 2 MP depth sensor, and honestly I expected better it doesn’t deliver the same type of shots as that of Realme XT however the one with this phone are also good and hopefully can be improved by software update’s
for selfies it has a 20 MP f/2.0 shooter and gives some decent shots.
video recording options include 2160P @30fps, 1080P @30/60/120fps, 720P @960fps, although it doesn’t have an OIS but has an EIS and the video quality is also decent.
Next is Battery it has 4500 mAh battery and easily lasts for a day for heavy usage and will last for around 1.5 days in normal usage and it also supports an 18 W fast charging. so no issues with the battery.
Security options include a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor which is pretty good and also a face unlock which is so and so.
the speakers on this phone are good and give very good audio quality but are averagely loud.
Overall this phone is a very good option if you want to spend around 15000 INR for the 6 GB/64 GB variant.
- Great Processor
- Good Camera Setup
- feels good to hold
- corning gorilla glass 5 protection
- Above Average Display
- Good looks
- Good Speakers
- Good Battery life
- Camera Could have been better
- design very similar to Realme XT
- aggressive pricing