Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro Review


Redmi Note 8 Pro Review

The Xiaomi Mi 8 has shown no signs of lag or stuttering and runs games smoothly at high settings. It can get a bit warm after thirty minutes of heavy gaming, which is expected since the phone features a liquid cooling system. Let’s see what these pros think of this phone. Read on to find out! Hopefully, this review will answer all of your questions. We’ve also looked at the Display, Camera, and Processor.


You can remove bloatware from your Xiaomi phone by rooting it. But do remember to root it properly, or you will end up bricking your phone. It is highly recommended that you read a rooting guide if you have an Android device. If you have no experience rooting Android devices, you should read my guide to rooting and installing custom ROMs. Many users consider applications by non-Google as bloatware, but in reality, these applications may provide a better experience than the ones installed by Google.

The first step in removing bloatware on your Redmi Note 8 Pro is to enable USB debugging. You can do this by connecting your device to a PC. Make sure that your computer recognizes it. Next, download the Android SDK Tools. If you cannot find the tools in the toolkit, you can manually install them on your device. If you cannot find the tools, you can manually download them from a Google Play store.

There are four ways to remove bloatware from your Xiaomi phone. Two do not require root permission, while the third requires you to root your device. Once you have rooted your phone, you can remove unwanted apps from your Xiaomi device. Then, reboot your device. After that, your phone will be back to normal. But be sure to use caution when performing this procedure, as deleting bloatware can cause serious problems.

You should be aware of a few things when removing bloatware from your Xiaomi device:

  1. You must make sure that you don’t uninstall system applications.
  2. Xiaomi has incorporated advertisements inside the OS. Ads appear everywhere, including the Settings page. It is infuriating for many Xiaomi users, so there is a way to remove these annoying ads.
  3. You must use the ADB shell to connect the Xiaomi device to your computer.
  4. It would help if you typed pm install-existing PackageName into the command prompt.


The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro screen isn’t perfect, and while it does come with an anti-splash coating and Gorilla Glass 5 on both the front and back, the phone can still slip out of your hand. If you drop your phone, you may damage the screen. While it can be repaired, it’s best to avoid doing it yourself. Otherwise, you risk puncturing the battery, which can cause a fire or even explode.

Despite being a mid-range phone, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro’s impressive display has good color reproduction. The display, however, struggles in one area: black contrast. LCD panels, sadly, are not good at producing black contrast, so the Redmi Note 8 Pro has trouble with this. As a result, you might prefer another phone, one with a higher-end hardware configuration.

The Redmi Note 8 Pro features a 6.53-inch IPS LCD screen. Its pixel density is 395 PPI. The phone’s screen is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. The display also features a 64 MP primary camera with a dedicated macro camera. The smartphone also features a gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass. The battery in this phone is a non-removable Li-Po 4500 mAh unit. It runs Android Pie.

Another notable difference between the Redmi Note 8 Pro and its flagship counterpart is its display. The Redmi Note 8 Pro has a 19.5:9 IPS LCD screen with 2340×1080 p resolution. Unfortunately, LCD screens don’t offer better contrast ratios or pitch blacks and don’t save battery life as much as AMOLED displays. However, despite the differences in display quality, both have impressive resolutions.


The Redmi Note 8 Pro’s camera scored 87 points in our Photo test, but its high-resolution sensor can’t deliver the expected results. While it did perform well in autofocus, bokeh, and target exposure, it struggled to capture fine details, and the results weren’t particularly impressive when we tested the phone indoors. Further, we found that the device suffered from a limited dynamic range and visible highlight clipping.

The camera’s ultra-wide lens isn’t impressive. While it captures far more details than the main camera, it suffers from the same noise and poor focus as the rest of the device. There is no telephoto mode, which is a shame given the phone’s price. However, it’s useful for capturing details of people and their surroundings. In video tests, the camera scored 78 points. Video stabilization was also good.

While both phones score well for video quality, the Redmi Note 8 Pro’s camera is slightly better than its counterpart. The red camera does better-resolving detail, but it’s also generally grainier. Both phones have HDR support, although the Redmi tends to focus on darker exposures. The noise reduction algorithm, meanwhile, can create artifacts around high-contrast subjects.

Xiaomi has matched the Galaxy S8 camera with the Redmi Note 8 Pro’s 64MP camera. It’s the world’s first smartphone with four camera lenses. It has a 64MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, a dedicated depth sensor, and a 2MP macro lens. In addition to the high-resolution rear camera, the Redmi Note 8 Pro is the first smartphone in India to include Alexa, the voice-activated assistant. It can help you create a shopping list or play music, while the Helio G90T processor delivers unrivaled gaming performance.


The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro runs on the MediaTek Helio G90T platform. This system is above average and delivers high performance while outperforming direct competitors. The chip consists of eight cores – two ARM Cortex-A76 cores clocked at 2.05 GHz and six ARM Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 2.0 GHz. The chip also delivers high power efficiency.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note, eight Pro display, features a 6.53-inch Full HD+ notch screen with a brightness of 500 nits and a 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution. The display supports HDR. The screen is slightly cool out of the box, but the user can adjust it for warmer or cooler viewing. The display also supports a few different contrast settings. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro features a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and additional sensors, including proximity and NFC.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro’s display measures 6.53 inches and houses a selfie camera. In addition, it supports HDR and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 5. It also has IR Blaster, which lets you control IR-based appliances. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro is a good budget option with all these features. The processor and display are excellent for the price range, but there are a few areas where it falls short.

The Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro processor is powered by a MediaTek Helio G90T chip, which is virtually identical to the Snapdragon 675 used in the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro. The GPU in this phone is a cut-down version of the Mali-G76 MP4 found in the Galaxy S10 and Huawei P30. So, how fast can your phone handle tasks?


There’s a good chance your Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro battery has given up the ghost. Your battery is constantly draining, it’s difficult to charge, and it’s constantly swelling and overheating for no apparent reason. To remedy this problem, follow these steps. First, discharge your phone’s battery to 25% or below before disassembling it. Discharging the battery to 25% or lower before removing it will reduce the risk of a thermal event. Secondly, you’ll have to replace the adhesive that keeps the battery together. After completing this guide, test your device for any problems.

Lastly, ensure you’ve disabled Wi-Fi, mobile data, and GPS when you’re not actively using them. The latter is especially important if you’re using your phone for navigation. Sometimes, apps require access to these features in the background and are draining your battery silently. Alternatively, you can disable them completely or adjust them so they won’t be accessed.

As for the battery life, you can expect around 14 hours of use from the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro – if you don’t use the highest screen brightness settings all day. With a fast charge of 18W, you can top up the battery in about an hour. The device also supports Quick Charge 4.0, allowing it to reach 65% charge in as little as half an hour.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro features a 6.53-inch LCD screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection. The smartphone has a 64-megapixel main camera with a 2MP dedicated macro lens. It also features a gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass. Furthermore, the phone’s battery life is quite reasonable considering the price. Lastly, it’s powered by a 4,500-mAh battery and supports dual SIM cards.


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