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Redmi Note 8 Pro (Gamma Green, 6GB RAM, 128GB Storage with Helio G90T Processor)

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    5.0 out of 5 stars The Apple of Your Eye
    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 13 December 2019
    The Redmi Note series has always set the bar when it comes to the mid-range smartphone territory.
    And once again, as an overall package, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is competing in flagship level territory, especially when it comes to the specs.

    *Design - 5/5*
    The glass sandwich design makes the phone feel elegant and subtle unlike the tacky metal Redmi Notes of old. The Note 8 Pro has a sturdy heft in hand and doesn't feel very unbalanced in weight distribution. One handed usage is not exceptional, since it is a pretty big phone. The camera lens array looks well designed on the back and the White Colour variant looks really good. My pick would be the Gamma Green variant however, it really is something else. Buttons are a non-issue, and I particularly like this placement over Samsung's way. I do not see the need for the text "64MP AI Super Camera" on the back however, but it is barely visible. The included case is very good quality and a boon to have.

    *Display - 4/5*
    The LCD is display is vibrant and bright and does not suffer from the dullness issues that used to plague Xiaomi phones in the past. The screen is terrific for everyday usage as well as Media Consumption. My only gripe would be that it still pales in front of the AMOLED display on the Realme XT which has much more vibrant colours and battery efficiency.

    *Performance & Specs - 5/5*
    There are really no complaints when it comes to specs. 6gb of RAM at this price point is simply a godsend and the USB-C port means this phone is 2019-ready. The Mediatek G90T SoC is a good performer in most day to day tasks and can handle heavy games at acceptable frame rates if you drop the settings down. It might be a bit worse than Qualcomm when it comes to open source work however, such as GCam ports and Custom OS's. The Haptic Motor is predictably bad.

    *Battery - 5/5*
    The 4500 mah battery eeks out almost 7 hours of Screen on Time on standard usage. Add to that the included fast charger in the box and this competes in flagship territory.

    *Camera - 4/5*
    The camera array here is definitely the best out there in this price point. It is insane how these mid-range smartphones can have a quad camera array while Google is still struggling to include two. The key difference between more competent camera phones and this however, is consistency.
    While shots in the day time generally look excellent with good amount of detail, the Note 8 Pro often produces excessive noise in darker areas of the shot such as the highlights. Once the available light starts to go down, the more noise it produces in shots with the back camera - such as in the sky and in leaves of trees. But these shots are mostly - perfectly usable for social media.
    What rectifies some of these issues is the Night Mode. Once Night Mode is used, the photos are generally more detailed and have much less noise.
    Portrait Mode is generally very good.
    The Telephoto lens works well, but the Ultrawide struggles to find focus and produces soft, sometimes hazy images. It is a tough angle to get right.
    The Selfie Camera is very good. Switching off beauty mode works as expected and it shows good detail in human subjects. Skin tones are also fairly accurate and not too white.
    There are a billion modes and the whole Camera UI can seem a bit overwhelming with the amount of features it has, some very stupid ones to boot. Video quality is good and the slow mo features are very nice to have. Super Slow Mo is very difficult to get right though and was a chore to time properly. Xiaomi loses some points for this cluttered Camera Application that has pretty lame stuff like filters, which you can anyways apply later within an editor before posting.

    *Software - 3/5*
    The Achilles heel of the Redmi Line - MIUI. There is a lot of bloatware that gets preinstalled onto the phone, which thankfully, can be uninstalled. MIUI has ads all over the place - please go through the setup process carefully and disable the user experience program to get rid of some of the ads. There is an article by Android Authority that can help you get rid of all the ads in MIUI, but it would be nice if we didn't have to deal with this in the first place.
    No App Drawer, everything plopped onto the home screen in typical Apple Fashion. I was not a fan of this and installed Nova Launcher at the first opportunity, which worked without a hitch.
    There are microstutters and jitters and lags occasionally across MIUI, not so much once Nova launcher has something to say about it.
    The Settings Menu is confusing and suffers from poor translation. It lacks polish and the options are often poorly organized and overwhelming. While MIUI is chock full of features, it is slow to get updates and probably won't receive any more updates after Android 10. The Gesture Navigation right now is not upto par with Android 10 fluidity and polish. If you buy this, you can't really be thinking along the lines of frequent updates and bug fixes.
    Also, I could not get the Haptic feedback to work on GBoard, which is the default keyboard. This seems like a bug and is not nice to experience Day 1.

    To Conclude - All the negatives listed are honestly nitpicking at what is a very good device at this price point. Xiaomi has indeed redefined what 15k brings you these days in Smartphone market. Suffice it to say that this is the Apple iPhone for people who still have two healthy, intact kidneys.
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