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Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro Full Review: The Mid-Range Beast!

Looking at the specs and price, Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 8 Pro looks like a compelling phone. But how does it fare on the real-life use? Find in this Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro review.
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As of now, the phone is available for purchase only in China. So I have listed the price of the device in China along with its expected price in India and Nepal.
Redmi Note 8 Pro Price in China: CNY 1,399 (6/64GB) | CNY 1,599 (6/128GB) | CNY 1,799 (8/128GB)
Redmi Note 8 Pro Price in Nepal: Rs. 22,500 (6/64GB) | Rs. 25,700 (6/128GB) | Rs. 29,000 (8/128GB)
Redmi Note 8 Pro Price in India: INR 14,000 (6/64GB) | INR 16,000 (6/128GB) | INR 18,000 (8/128GB)
We started the video with Redmi Note 8 Pro unboxing. While unboxing the box, we found an 18-watt charging brick, a USB Type-C cable, a SIM ejector tool, paperwork, a silicone case, and the phone itself. Just like most of Xiaomi phones, you won’t get a pair of earphones on this device. After that short info about the components inside the box, allow us to share the experiences we had while doing the Redmi Note 8 Pro full review.
Let’s start the things with the display. The phone comes aboard with a 6.53-inch IPS LCD display. The Redmi Note 8 Pro display features Full-HD+ resolution. So despite being sharp, the contents don’t look lively as on the Realme X. So there is that. The display on the device is provided with Gorilla Glass 5 protection and boasts a tiny water-drop style notch on the top.
As for the cameras, you get quad rear cameras. And the camera module embraces a 64MP primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro lens. With so many cameras, the handset offers quite a lot of possibilities with taking a shot. And the camera also fared well on our Redmi Note 8 Pro camera review. However, the macro lens was more of a gimmick here. The images lack sufficient details and they were barely usable most of the time.
Talking about the Redmi Note 8 Pro front camera, you get a 20MP snapper just like the Redmi K20 and K20 Pro. And the selfies were also decent most of the time. In order to enhance the camera performance, we also tried to download Redmi Note 8 Pro Gcam app but unfortunately, we couldn’t find it. Maybe it’s available only for the Snapdragon phones.
On to the performance, there has been a huge leap. Redmi Note 7 Pro had Snapdragon 675 but on the Note 8 Pro, you will get an immensely powerful MediaTek Helio G90T processor. With Helio G90T processor, Redmi Note 8 Pro AnTuTu benchmark was slight above 275k. So while comparing Redmi Note 8 Pro Vs Redmi Note 7 Pro AnTuTu benchmark score, you will get a lead of around 100K on the Note 8 Pro. With capable chipset on the board, performance is also smooth. Even on our Redmi Note 8 Pro gaming review, we found the device to be remarkably fluid. Talking about my Redmi Note 8 Pro PUBG experience, I was delighted with the smoothness. The phone was quite comparable with flagship devices when it comes to performance. So if you are looking for a good gaming phone on a budget, you can’t go wrong with the Note 8 Pro.
As for the battery, Redmi Note 8 Pro features a 4500mAh unit, which is a decent upgrade over the Note 7 Pro. With bigger capacity, Redmi Note 8 Pro battery is really enduring. It lasted for around two days on normal use. The phone also comes with quick charge support. So using the Redmi Note 8 Pro quick charger inside the box, we were able to refill the battery completely at two hours.
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  • I think the Note 7 Pro is better for now due to software updates. I think after MIUI 11 Note 8 Pro will be better. (December 2019)

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