Review of Xiaomi Redmi Note 5.

Review of Xiaomi Redmi Note 5.

2017 was a great year for Xiaomi and the company moved on to RMB 100 billion in revenue. In India, the company’s largest market outside of China, Xiaomi became the largest smartphone supplier by the end of the year. The same trend towards increasing market share and increasing sales volume continued in the rest of the world.

Much of this success in the company has been attributed to the Redmi Note 4, which has become a true bestseller. Now is the time for a successor to this robust budget smartphone that has become a benchmark in its segment.

With the Redmi Note 5, the Chinese OEM is keen to continue its sojourn at the top. Note 5

Redmi Note 5 design.

At first glance, the Redmi Note 5 looks identical to the Redmi Note 4 when viewed from the back. Both smartphones share the same chassis with antenna lines running up and down to improve signal reception.

But on the front side, the difference is immediately apparent. The taller display takes up most of the front with minimal bezels at the top and bottom and thin edges on the sides. For better ergonomics, there is 2.5D glass with rounded edges on the edges. The device fits perfectly in the palm of your hand and one-handed use is not a problem.

The smartphone is 8.05 mm thick and weighs 180 g, which is 0.45 mm less than its predecessor, but 15 g heavier. The extra weight is distributed well enough that you really don’t feel discomfort using it for a long time. However, the model feels solid and the build quality is solid.

For some, the design of the Redmi Note 5 will be boring. Of course, there is nothing new or revolutionary about it. But Xiaomi prefers not to deviate from its budget line design rather than trying to present something new or outlandish. However, there is a new color option

Redmi Note 5 display.

One of the key highlights of the Redmi Note https://cdn-107.anonfiles.com/52V9Hap1v4/6d090ba5-1639040522/Body%20Lotions-manual.pdf 5 is its display. Xiaomi adopts the latest trend of 18: 9 aspect ratio displays

The Redmi Note 5 has a 5.99-inch Full HD IPS display with a resolution of 2160 x 1080 pixels. Pixel density

The display is bright and the colors are quite vibrant with deep contrasts. Text and images are crisp and https://cdn-108.anonfiles.com/j0x7H3p7v9/2df9bd46-1639040481/Iphone%2012%20Pro-manual.pdf color accuracy is second to none. The display is slightly reflective, although the viewing angles are excellent. Overall, this is a great display for a budget smartphone.

The performance of Redmi Note 5.

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