Xiaomi Redmi 5 review

Xiaomi Redmi 5

We take a look some highlights of Redmi 5. 

A much has been said about the thin bezel design and how it’s authorized phones to offer large screens without making the telephone very large to hold. Nevertheless, the new design language is still limited to mobile phones priced above Rs10, 000. The Redmi 5 is among the first mobile phones in the range of prices To Rs-7, 000-8, 000 to provide the comfort of a large screen in a compact form element. The Redmi 5 is 151.8 mm tall and weigh only 157g. His greatest rival, the 10.or E, that offers a 5.5 inches screen with bigger glasses, supports 155mm tall and weighs 159g. 

This makes the Redmi 5 more reassuring to hold compared to Redmi Note 5, that offers slightly bigger 6 inches screen, but feels a little heavy at 181g. The new smartphone comes in four different colour Options Gold, Black, Rose Gold and lake blue. The fingerprint sensor is placed on the back, comparable to the Redmi 5 note. It’s fast and readily accessible at the back. While Xiaomi has managed to adopt a big 5.7 inches screen, it overlooked the display resolution. The Redmi 5 has a resolution of 1, 440x720p. This gives the screen a slightly boring look compared to 10.or E that offers a 5.5 inches Screen with a resolution of 1, 920×1, 080p or the Redmi Note 5 that packs a resolution of 2, 160×1, 080p on a 6 inches screen. 

Xiaomi is still to offer the most recent version of Google Android on its smartphones. Redmi 5 runs on Android 7.1 with MIUI 9 on the top. Like the Redmi 5 note, the navigation keys are incorporated inside the interface and maybe a little disconcerting, at first, for somebody used to touch very sensitive navigation keys on the bottom panel of earlier Xiaomi smartphones. It’s an impressive user interface with a lot of custom themes, and features that aren’t available in plain Android. 10.or E is also running Android 7.1, but with inventory Android interface. The Redmi 5 runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 octa core chipset clocking at 1.8GHz, which is superior to the 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 octa core processor, which drives the 10.or E, but not more strong than srt.phone’s 1.8GHz Snapdragon 652 octa core processor. 

The entrance level version of Redmi 5 provides only 2GB Memory, which is adequate for most basic tasks. The 10.or E feels slightly underpowered when Compared to the Redmi 5 when it managing new games. The Redmi 5 provides 16GB internal storage with the option to expand it further with microSD cards in the entrance level variant, whilst the 10.or E offers 32GB of internal storage. It accepts microSD cards also. The srt. The phone provides 64GB internal memory and has a separate slot for microSD cards. What gives the 10.or E edge over the Redmi 5 is the superior battery backup. It packs in a 4, 000mAh battery that lasts a day and a half, whilst The Redmi 5 has a 3, 300MAh battery that could eke out a day’s backup at most on a single charge.

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