Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro Review: A Lot of Style And Even More Substance

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro Review: A Lot of Style And Even More Substance

It is impossible to find a reason to not recommend the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro to anyone who wants to buy a new phone in the Rs 15,000 price range.

There really is no other way of putting this.
Xiami pursuit of brilliance in the smartphonespace continues to give us one gemafter another. No longer does a phone around the Rs 15,000 price point come across as a compromise, either in terms of the experience or the performance. There is more power under the hood, there are more cameras than ever before and there is more attention to detail in every single way. At present, Xiaomi is selling three variants of the redmiNote 8 Pro in India. There is the entry spec version with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage priced at Rs 14,999. A step up is the 6GB RAM with 128GB storage option priced at Rs 15,999. And at the very top of the pile sits the 8GB RAM and 128GB storage variant which costs Rs 17,999. A lot has changed, and that is a great thing.
For starters, the design is significantly better than its predecessor. Not that the Redmi Note 7 Pro was bad in any way, but the Redmi Note 8 Pro just comes with ergonomic improvements. First up, the slight curves on the back allow it to sit better in the hand, in comparison with the flat slab back of the predecessor. It remains incredibly pocketable and the power key as well as the volume rockers fall to hand quite easily. The bezels feel thinner, the chin is narrower, and the notch takes up less space too. At the back is the quad camera setup, centrally aligned. The Redmi Note 8 Pro is 8.8mm thick and genuinely feels thinner than that. It also tips the scales at 200 grams, but you won’t really notice the weight of this rather well-balanced phone. At the back is the Corning Gorilla Glass 5 and Xiaomi says that the edges have been re-enforced to prevent chips or cracks in case the phone falls. I have a feeling that might come in handy at some stage, because when used without a case, the Redmi Note 8 Pro does feel like it wants to escape from your grip. The P2i coating makes this resistant to splashes and accidental spills

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