The Redmi phone is new – it was released this year. It rocks a Gorilla Glass 5 build, which makes it tough. It’s got a bit of weight too. This is the hallmark of a premium device and it weighs 209 grams.
It’s also quite thin. The following are its dimensions, 165.8 mm x 76.7 mm x 8.8 mm.
You don’t need us to tell you that it looks good. There’s a metallic gradient on its rear. It comes in three different shades, and our favourite is the Tropical Green. You also don’t need us to tell you that it’s ergonomic. Just take a look at its sides, they were curved well.
Like most new phones, it’s big. Its screen stretches 6.67 inches across. Because it’s so large, the viewing experience is more immersive. It would have been better if a vibrant panel was placed. Unfortunately, there’s only an IPS LCD. The colours produced are not worth writing home about.
There’s more than decent sharpness, though. Its screen resolution is 1080 x 2400 pixels.
Gorilla Glass 5 is on its front as well, so it won’t get scratched easily.
We’re fans of phones with minimal bezel action. The Note 9 Pro fits the bill. It comes with an 84.5% screen-to-body ratio.
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Let’s talk about its insides. The Snapdragon 720G chipset is housed. The G in its name stands for gaming. Yes, the processor is beastly. Along with its large display, the processor makes gaming a wonderful experience.
The RAM available makes using it even easier. You can grab it with either 6 or 8 GB of RAM. Along with them, 64 or 128 GB of space is available. What’s great is that there’s also a microSD slot.
What’s its OS? It runs Android 10 out of the box. It is powered through Xiaomi’s proprietary MIUI 11. MIUI is known to be very customizable.
Although thin, it comes with a giant battery. A 5020 mAh unit is inside of it. You can expect it to fully drain in 2 days. To charge it, you’ll be using a USB-C port. It’ll go from 0-100% in a little over an hour. This is thanks to its 30 W fast charger.
As you can imagine, its battery is nonremovable.
In terms of its cameras, a quad set-up is on its rear. Its primary sensor is a 64 MP wide lens, its secondary sensor is an 8 MP ultrawide lens, its tertiary sensor is a 5 MP macro lens and its fourth one is a 2 MP depth sensor. On its front, a 16 MP wide single shooter is present.
We have to say:
Its front and back set-ups take vibrant shots. They’re more than decent in low-light too.
Now for what you’re waiting for, how much it costs. You can pick the Redmi phone for Rs.45,000-55,000 islandwide.