Redmi Note 8 Pro Specification & Review

Redmi has finally launched its Note 8 series. The Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro are the successors of the highly successful mid-ranger of the Note 7 series. After launch, Redmi Note 8 Pro is now officially the world’s first 64MP camera smartphone beyond. So let’s see what is the feature next.

design & review.

The Note 8 Pro is the best looking Redmi Note ever. After sticking to its old design for generations, Xiaomi made a conscious decision to completely remodel the aesthetics with the launch of the Redmi Note 7 Pro earlier this year. While the Note 7 Pro still looks quite classy, ​​the company has decided to enhance the glam quotient with the Note 8 Pro. A certain competitor may want to take some credit for this, and that’s fine. The curved glass back of the Halo White variant feels extremely elegant, and the phone feels much more premium than its price tag.

So, first of all, we talk to Camara. Camera placement is different, though; The color tone that reflects the back into different lighting is something to behold, and the effect is quite cool. Fingerprints will not be readily visible on either back in this version, which is another plus.


The shiny plastic frame looks slightly out of place. The curvy design and lack of rough edges make the phone hold good, and build quality is also fast. While I liked the look of the Redmi Note 8 Pro, no one can ignore the fact that it is quite a big phone. Its weight is also a good 200 grams, and the weight distribution is not the most optimal. There are two SIM trays on the left edge, one of which also has a dedicated microSD card slot.

The power button and volume rocker are on the right and are easily accessible. Three cameras and a fingerprint sensor are aligned vertically at a slight height at the rear. The macro camera and LED flash are.placed next to it.

The fingerprint scanner is-located slightly higher than the norm, and you need to stretch a bit to reach it. Also, while trying to unlock the phone, lifting your finger against the hard edges of your fingers is not a pleasant feeling. Still, it is something you will get used to-However, I have no complaints about the responsiveness of the fingerprint scanner. An IR blaster is located at the top, while a micro USB port, 3.5mm audio jack, and speaker grille can be-found along the bottom edge of the phone.



Vibrant Screen with HDR
While Redmi Note 8 Pro seems to be competing with Realme XT, Xiaomi has opted for the LCD screen instead of going the Super AMOLED route. Despite this, all we have is a very sharp 6.53-inch Full HD + display (with Drop Notch) that also supports HDR. The black level and contrast are not as good as the AMOLED screens on the Realme XT, but the quality difference is not huge. The screen seems a bit large, although the one-handed operation is out of the question, people who have a better ‘motto’ won’t complain.

The brightness can hit 500 nits, ensuring that the display is very legible even under strong sunlight. The default screen calibration is towards the cooler, and when you set the color temperature for your default (standard) setting, the display has a different blue color. For more accurate color reproduction, one should set it to warm.


New midrange monster to beat
The eyebrows were-raised when Xiaomi decided to go with a Mediatek SoC in the Note 8 Pro of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 675, despite doing a great job in the Redmi Note 7 Pro.

As it happens, it was a brilliant decision on the part of Xiaomi as Medtrack Helio G90T delivers on all fronts, and how! The G90T is an octa-core chip with two 2.05 GHz Cortex-A76 performance cores and six Cortex A55 efficiency cores running at 2 GHz. The Mali G76-MC4 GPU clocked at 800 MHz for graphics and game handling.


Good Battery Life but Average Fast Charger
The Redmi Note 8 Pro has a non-removable 4,500 mAh battery that easily lasts for a day and half of the normal usage with the generous support of messaging and social media apps, browsing, clicking some photos, watching 40-minute videos And 40 are-included.

Minutes of gameplay. If you are on the lighter side, you can extend the battery life by up to two days. Conversely, if you spend 3-4 hours a day gaming and watching videos for a long time, you can still use them throughout the day. Given the power of this phone, it has impressive battery life.



Good primary camera but the quad-camera is just a gimmick
The Redmi Note 8 Pro cameras are great for the segment. The primary 64MP camera is quite good, but don’t expect miracles as it is packing so many megapixels. The phone allows you to capture pictures in 64 MP if you wish, but in standard mode, it wins in 16 MP with pixel binding.

Mostly, a camera sensor is made up of pixels, microscopic sites that are sensitive to light. The more pixels you have, the higher the resolution of the camera. However, the smaller the pixel, the less painful it is to light.

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•Display: 6.35-inch is LCD screen: full HD plus2340×1080 pixels, 19.5.9 aspect, ratio,        corning gorilla glass five protection.
•Rear camera: Quad camera 64 mp f/1.8,dual macro lens +2 mp, f .2.4 portrait lens.                                    Front camera:20 mp.f/2.2                                                 •CPU: Helio G90 T.2×2.27 GHz.cortex A76+6×1.7Ghz cortex A55.

•GPU: mail.G76

Storage: 64Gb 128GB, Expandable.

•OS and UI: Android 9.(pie)with miui-10 on top.
•Sensor: Fingerprint, gyro,accelerometer, proximity, compass.
•Battery: 4500 mah:USB Type port.

Redmi Note 8 Pro-Price in India.

Redmi  Note 8 pro
Rs 14,999 for 6 GB Ram with 64 GB internal storage
Redmi note 8 pro
Rs 15,999 for 6 GB Ram with 128 GB internal storage
Redmi note 8 pro
Rs 17,999 for 8 GB Ram with 128 GB internal storage

Redmi note 8 pro launch in India.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro has been-launched on October 21, 2019, official.

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