Redmi 8 review 2019

Xiaomi launched a full range of new Redmi and Redmi Note smartphones last month, as the market showed no signs of slowing down. There has not yet been a shortage of competition for the Chinese giant. Buyers don't seem to care much, because they get more money than ever before.

Redmi 8 is the latest iteration of one of the most popular models

Redmi 8 review 2019
Redmi 8


Many Indian smartphone buyers are aware of the specifications, down to the number and type of CPUs in the CPU. This is especially true for young people who upgrade at least once a year and buy devices online - a large market space.

 With Redmi 8, Xiaomi gives up on raw performance and focuses on quality of life features as well as design. The intention seems to be to distinguish between Redmi models and their brothers from the Redmi Note which represent a step or two in the price scale.

Redmi 8 is definitely a beautiful-looking phone, and on paper battery, camera and beauty are at least very attractive.

You can get generous amounts of RAM and store it for a price. Gorilla Glass, 18W fast charging, wireless FM radio, USB Type-C, and infrared emitter add value. This is something we think Xiaomi could have done better than, and unless the problems we face can be solved with software updates, some buyers will feel frustrated.

Buyers who are considering this phone should take a closer look at the Redmi 8A to see if there is anything they wouldn't mind losing, as that might save them some money.
You may be tempted to act quickly in order to get a 4GB / 64GB storage variant at a discounted price while the introductory offer continues.
However, we suggest that people who appreciate the performance wait some time for our upcoming review of the newly announced Redmi Note 8, which seems to offer a lot to raise a relatively small price.

Redmi 8 specifications and software

Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 439, slightly exposed from the old version compared to the Snapdragon 632 used in Redmi 7. It has four ARM Cortex-A53 cores operating at speeds of up to 1.45 GHz and four others at 1.95 GHz and built-in Adreno 505 graphics.

Screen: 6.22-inch 720 x 1520 pixels IPS panels are rated to handle 70.8 per cent of the NTSC colour gamut.

Battery: The phones also have 5000mAh batteries and 18W charging support, and Xiaomi offers 10W chargers inbox.

Ram: 4GB of RAM

Storage: 64GB of storage

Interestingly, Xiaomi only sells this variable at a discounted preliminary offer.

Camera: Redmi 8 It has basic 12-megapixel f / 1.8 rear cameras and 8-megapixel front cameras, The Redmi 8 also has a depth sensor in Rear.

Operating System: Redmi 8 has MIUI 10.3.1 based on Android 9, and our review module was working on a security patch in August 2019.

Redmi 8 cameras

Cameras are very important in smartphones, and some manufacturers now offer multiple cameras to try to entice buyers. Xiaomi stuck to setting up a dual camera, which actually means you get one camera with a depth sensor for image effects. We found that Redmi 8 sometimes took a very long time to adapt to a subject, and did not get proper exposures when dealing with white subjects or bright backgrounds. Night mode as well as in portrait during the day. At night, unlike the colour problem we described earlier, we found it difficult to get usable shots.

Portrait shots appeared hidden in the viewfinder, such as the phone simply couldn't detect the edges, but the saved results were good. The front camera didn't capture great details in selfies. However, queasy leaves much to be desired.

Video recording up to 1080p and 30fps detail as well as exposure were decent in the daytime as well as at night. Stability does not exist and should not attempt to move during shooting.

Redmi 8 degisen 

Redmi 8 also feels very high quality, with great attention to small details, and no rough edges anywhere. No wonder the company has marked "Designed by Xiaomi" prominently on its back.


Onyx Black, 
Sapphire Blue, 
  and Ruby Red

The back of this phone is glossy but not slippery.There are no unnecessary tricks here with gradients, patterns or textures. It is perfectly curved at the edges and corners for comfort.

The cameras and fingerprint sensor are located in a black vertical bar below the middle of the background.
Redmi 8 does not vibrate from side to side when used on a table. The front of the Redmi 8 there are thick borders around a 6.22-inch screen, and a  water drop notch-style at the top.

Xiaomi surprised us with a USB Type-C port on the entry-level Redmi 8A so of course there's one here too.
Xiaomi surprised us with an entry-level USB Type-C port. It is plugged into the bottom of the phone by a 3.5 mm audio jack and one speaker. In general, Redmi 8 looks and feels much more expensive than it already is.

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