The Redmi Note 8 by Xiaomi is a single phone that concentrates all the vital and crucial functions at one point. This is the reason why people keep on asking and searching for too many reviews before buying it home. On the sequence of it, I am here to lay down and discuss all the specifications with the pros and cons of the Redmi Note 8 itself.
Moreover, as per the demand of the crowd, a Phone should be a good balance of both software and hardware part of the manufacturer with moderate battery life and a pretty nice camera. I hope all your quest would be satisfied by the end of the page leaving you with an apparent decision of buying the Device or not.
Redmi Note 8 Design and Display –
Everything here reminds me of Redmi Note 7 apart from the camera being on back vertically and the front-facing one settled on the water drop space of little notch on the middle top portion of the phone. The front is covered by Gorilla Glass 5 protection with 6.3 inches of a sufficiently big LCD screen.
In addition, the device has LED vigilant, proximity sensors and 3.5 mm of jack potability. The back is shiny and the mobile feels premium on the hand. The viewing angles are surprisingly splendid and the brightness level is comfortable and pretty adjustable. Redmi Note 8 is just marvelous out in this area.
Redmi Note 8 Camera –
The part of the Redmi Note 8 which makes it a winner over the other phones coming in the same price range is it’s unique and 4 lenses magnificent camera. The first one is a massive 48-megapixel shooter and the rest three are subsequently 8MP, 2MP, and 2MP with ultra-wide, depth and macro sensors intact.
As a daylight shooter, Redmi Note 8 has done quite an impressive job. After the evaluation we found the pictures clicked via the rear camera to be perfectly rich, accurately sharp and vibrant enough to categorize it in a good camera phone coming in the same price range. The front shooting camera also gives worthy exposure to the selfies taken in various modes with a nice balance in the natural color reproduction and details.
However, I find night mode performance to be low-standing as what the company was claiming to be fabulous. It lacks contrast and proper lightning effects in low light.
Redmi Note 8 Performance –
Moving on to the performance of Redmi Note 8, Xiaomi has managed to put Snapdragon 665 chipset in the device. While playing PubG and Asphalt we did not get to see any lag in the handset. Everything seems to be running smoothly well without any minor straggle. The transitions are fast and snappy even the switching between heavy application has no problems regarding the performance of the device.
So, In overall terms, the device is capable of navigating like butter through default MIUI. While surfing a lot we have hardly seen any bug or frame drops in the Redmi Note 8. Also, The Adreno 610 makes sure that you binge every single thing that the world is creating in good graphics. Redmi Note 8 would consider that it’s a fault if you are compromising with the effects and graphics.
Redmi Note 8 Battery –
The Xiaomi is following this custom of having a 4000 mAH of battery since the starting of its Redmi Note Series which has become out of date now. As the Note phones are required to have a slightly bigger battery life around 5000 mAH as best and 4500 mAH in general.
On our heavy use of battery drain test on Xioami device after using plenty of apps like youtube, movie playback, audio and gaming with non-stop plugging It took 10-11 hours for Redmi Note 8 to completely shutdown. The device is generally left with 30-35% of the juice in the moderate and daily mild use. Hence, I would say that the backup is remarkably standing.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 specs –
Body: Gorilla Glass 5 IN both front and back,
plastic frame cover, splash-resistant nano-coating, 190g.
Display: 6.3″ IPS LCD screen, 1080 x 2340px FHD resolution, 19.5:9 aspect ratio, 409ppi.
Primary: 48MP, f/1.8 aperture, 1/2.25″ sensor size,
0.8µm pixel size, PDAF. Ultra wide: 8MP, f/2.2, 1/4″, 1.12µm pixels.
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3/4/6GB of RAM; 32/64/128GB storage; dedicated microSD slot.
4,000mAh and 18W of fast charging.
Dual-SIM; LTE-A, 4-Band carrier aggregation, LTE Cat-12/ Cat-13; USB-C;
Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac; dual-band GPS; Bluetooth 4.2; FM radio.
Android 9 Pie with the latest MIUI 11.
Snapdragon 665processor (11nm): Octa-core (4×2.00 GHz Kryo 260 Gold & 4×1.8 GHz Kryo 260 Silver),
Adreno 610 GPU.
13MP, f/2.0 aperture, 1.12µm pixels. 1080p/30fps video recording.
Rear-circled fingerprint; 3.5mm audio jack; single down-firing speaker