Update Redmi 8 Pro Review – Earlier this year we had the Redmi Note 7, about a month ago we had the Redmi note 8 Pro. Xiaomi Malaysia is launching the smartphone as quickly as possible after its initial launch in China. As a thank you gift for the support they received. with a short time Between generations of phones Redmi Note 8 Pro brings new features or hardware. How did you get to the table?
The phone comes in a pretty simple packaging. A simple box showing the front and back of the phone at a slight angle.
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The overall unboxing experience is also pretty basic. Since we only get the minimum number of phones:
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There are no headphones that I think could be better. Cut the costs and most of us already have headphones/earphones.
The overall shape of the Redmi Note 8 Pro is quite plain, although it is thicker to accommodate a larger battery. It has a rounded back that makes it easy to grip. It also has a variety of colors to choose from. Now available in pearl white. mineral gray and forest green My personal favorite of the three is Forest Green, the very model we received for review.
Xiaomi claims to use Corning Gorilla Glass 5 on both the front and back of the Redmi Note 8 Pro, regardless of the glass. I know there is a layer of foliage above the surface under the rear window. I don’t know why But I like that touch even though it’s hard to see the rather dark forest green.
The Redmi Note 8 Pro has almost all the connectivity we expect. It has WiFi 5, also known as AC-WiFi, so you can take advantage of your Unifi Turbo. I am surprised that the Redmi Note 8 Pro also has NFC, which is quite rare. Where mid-range smartphones have NFC and it’s good to have it.
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In keeping with tradition, the Redmi Note 8 Pro also sports an IR blaster at the top, just like its predecessor. Again, it’s nice to have – and now I control the AC in my room using my phone.
Unfortunately, the Redmi Note 8 Pro still comes with a Nano SIM + combo slot, which means you can fit two Nano SIM cards or one Nano SIM + one microSD card slot on other smartphones in the range. This price includes three slots for maps.
All buttons are on the right side of the phone. which is the same as the Redmi Note 7
The Redmi Note 8 Pro also comes with a fingerprint scanner on the back of the phone, which I like. Xiaomi nicely hides the fingerprint scanner towards the bottom of the camera matrix. very clean design
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While many other smartphones have switched to AMOLED displays, Xiaomi still uses the same IPS LCD display here and it has a beautiful color. I was quite surprised by the quality of the display.
And that IPS LCD screen makes Xiaomi not use an under-screen fingerprint scanner. I’d say that’s better.
The Redmi Note 8 Pro has a 6.53-inch 1080p display and also has a small teardrop notch at the top. This means that the phone is quite large compared to other smartphones in the market, but that’s about it. It depends on your personal preference.
When it comes to the main selling point of the Redmi Note 8 Pro, it has to be the camera. The Redmi Note 8 Pro is the first smartphone in Malaysia to feature the Samsung GW1 sensor, which has a total of 64MP. But that’s not all – because the Redmi Note 8 Pro comes with a total of 4 cameras:
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To be honest, I had a lot of fun with the Redmi Note 8 Pro and its camera. Let’s take a look at the photos taken with this phone. You can see all resolutions along with metadata in our Shutterfly album here.
I have to say – Xiaomi significantly optimized the camera of Redmi Note 8 Pro. I don’t know how Xiaomi did it, but Redmi Note 8 Pro can take 64MP photos and process them faster than its own Xiaomi Mi 9 with Sony IMX586 sensor. – 48MP My heart is broken!
Shooting at 64MP means that HDR and ‘AI’ are disabled and the image also comes out very dark. At least we can use that 64MP camera in manual mode.
However, I hope Xiaomi ditches the depth sensor altogether. The Redmi Note 8 Pro is nowhere near perfect. But I want a telephoto camera. However, the argument here is that telephoto cameras are unnecessary. Because you can take 64MP photos and crop them. But I beg to differ – the photos look and feel different.
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The ultra-wide-angle camera doesn’t surprise us and is no different from what we’ve seen before. The image coming out of the super wide angle camera looks good and I’m fine.
Here is the macro camera in Redmi Note 8 Pro, which has autofocus! This makes the macro camera much easier to use compared to the HONOR 20, HONOR 20 Pro and Nova 5T series smartphones (basically HONOR 20 clones) and realme 5.
Autofocus is truly a blessing here as every one of my macro shots is laser sharp. However, 64MP capture and cropping is better than a macro camera. So I’m not sure why there was a macro camera at all.
Not good. No stabilization for either camera – EIS or OIS. The 64MP main camera can only record at 4K 30fps or 1080p at 120fps, while the ultra-wide camera can only record up to 1080p 30fps.
Redmi Note 8 Pro Review
As of now, Xiaomi is already rolling out the MIUI 11 update for a number of smartphones. We are not sure when this phone will be updated. But it runs on Android 9.0 Pie with MIUI 10 at the time of preparing this review.
It’s the usual MIUI 10 we’ve seen on other Xiaomi smartphones we’ve reviewed. For example Mi 9, Redmi Note 7 or Mi 9T Pro. The Redmi Note 8 Pro performs the same in terms of software. There is one difference – the Xiaomi camera UI finally integrates an ultra-wide-angle camera with a zoom slider. It takes a lot of time
The only real extra features I see here are Digital Wellbeing and Name. Aptly named “Special Features” in the settings menu, this “Special Features” houses the new game boosters. Xiaomi’s version of the launcher/game manager that other smartphones have (eg Armory Crate on the ROG Phone 2, Game Launcher on all Samsung smartphones) also helps reduce clutter on the home screen, as MIUI doesn’t have an app drawer.
Here’s something fun to test, the Redmi Note 8 Pro comes with a MediaTek chipset before you go to the comments section below and complain. Stay with us here for a while because the Redmi Note 8 Pro uses a high-end MediaTek chipset.
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Yes, no joke, the MediaTek Helio G90T is a serious hit and beats most non-flagship chipsets on the market. The only chipset the MediaTek Helio G90T can’t beat is the Snapdragon 730 found in the Galaxy A80.
I didn’t expect the MediaTek Helio G90T to be such a powerful chipset. In this regard, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is technically more powerful than the Mi 9T, which is also based on the Snapdragon 730 chipset. That’s amazing.
Apparently this chipset has no problem running games. that we throw out If you want to know more about the gaming capabilities of Redmi Note 8 Pro, you can click here to learn more.
Despite its great performance, we don’t feel that the Redmi Note 8 Pro is heating up, it’s just a little warmer than usual.
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About MediaTek Helio G90T I can say only one word. Brutal compulsion to perform great comes with great inefficiency. And that’s exactly what we saw in the Redmi Note 8 Pro. Despite having a thicker body to accommodate the 4,500mAh battery, the Redmi Note 8 Pro’s battery life was disappointing at best.
It failed to reach the 10-hour mark in our battery life test. This tells us how inefficient the chipset is, but we wonder where that power is going since the phone doesn’t really heat up.
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