Thursday, September 6, 2018

Xiaomi launches the Redmi 6 series of smartphones

Xiaomi launches the Redmi 6 series of smartphones

Xiaomi launches the Redmi 6 series of smartphones

Xiaomi launches the Redmi 6 series of smartphones in an effort to redefine the success of its best-selling Redmi 5 range today. Provisional upgrade for Redmi 6 (₹ 7,999) and Redmi 6A (₹ 5,999) - Redmi 5 and 5A - Enter a disorganized sub-10,000 smartphone segment, but Redmi 6 Pro (₹ 10,999) is sure to stand in its Sea of slab with exhibits performed
We recently got the Black Readme 6 Pro from 4GB Ram / 64GB ROM, Xiamy and here are our first impressions of the phone.

Redmi 6 Pro: 1st Impression
Xiaomi launches the Redmi 6 series of smartphones

The previous design of the Redmi 6 Pro is similar to other Xiamen phones, with market-metal unibody with the roof over the top, a fingerprint scanner at the center and a vertical stacked dual rear camera setup on the bottom and upper left corner. Due to the camera collision, the phone revolves right at the back while resting. The phone fits secretly in hand with a relatively small form factor, but is surprisingly heavy, which weighs 178 grams.
However, Front is very different from other Xiaomi phones, because it comes with a display - the first for Xiaomi (if you exclude POCO F1). It is a 22.85 inch LCD panel with 2280x1080 resolution, which gives it an aspect ratio of 19: 9. It has an impressive pixel density of 432ppi. During the limited time with the phone, the screen was quite crisp, responsive and shiny. However, Bezel is still prominent, especially on the chin. On the plus side, Xiamy has a black front panel, so the screen flashes with bezel, more or less
In the hardware department, the Redmi 6 Pro comes with the old Octo-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, which is also present in Redmi Note 5. It comes with 32 GB internal storage, two types of 4 GB RAM with 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB internal storage. The hardware is found on the Android Oreo 8.1 OS, in which the MIUI is 9 on the top. Pre-installed apps include Amazon, Facebook, PhonePay, Netflix, DeliHant, UC Browser, and Microsoft's Productivity Apps suite. The phone is supported by 4,000 mAh battery.
During my use, the display was snap, because I used only lightweight medium apps on the device. However, during a brief pub session, some frames were chops. I really want that Xiamy tried and went for a new chipset instead of testing. The software experience is a normal Xiamen rental: custom rooms with custom icons without the app drawer.
Behind the device, there is an AI-capable dual camera setup - which includes the primary 12MP Sony IMX 486 sensor and secondary 5MP Samsung sensor. The camera app is too fast to click on the photo in low-light scenarios too. Xiaomi added another mode in an app called "Short Video" mode, which allows you to take 10-second video-great to use your Instagram game. There is also a manual mode that allows you to change the ISO and white balance. The photos clicked by these cameras are better than the competition in both indoor and outdoor situations. The HDR mode also works well. The selfie camera is also good and can click on the low noise shelf inside the house. Portrait mode is only for the back camera. Redmi 6 Pro is a centrally located headphone jack and a micro-USB slot at the top.  The speakers face downward and sufficiently very loud.
 Clearly, the Redmi 6 Pro examines many boxes including sensible pricing. You can say that the biggest competition of Redmi Pro will be that of Xiaomi's own phone, like Redmi Note 5 and Redmi Y2. Redmi 6 Pro is for those who are looking for everything and an attractive design at affordable, and it should serve the audience well. There is a lot of hype around Redmi 6 Pro in India. Even more so because Redmi 6 Pro became the Android One-supported MI A2 Light for select markets. Just because Mi A2 Lite is not coming to India does not mean that people in India will have to try their capable hardware and its design. Whatever the case, it will be a benefit for Xiaomi.

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