With today’s Smartphone market trending with notch style display, Xiaomi has finally released the Redmi Note 6 Pro who is the successor of Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 5 Pro. Xiaomi’s previous Redmi Note 5 Pro was a grand success and lived up to the expectations of many fans. But, is the Redmi Note 6 Pro a worth the upgrade? Let us find out.
Redmi note 6 Pro is currently available in two variants i.e., 4 GB and 6 GB both with 64 GB of internal storage.
Redmi Note 6 Pro Review
When compared to its predecessor, the Redmi Note 6 Pro is packing some real heat inside.
The Redmi Note 6 Pro has a dual 12 MP + 5 MP AI camera which captures decent daylight shots with crisp details, low light images are surprisingly nice but you still notice few missing details and noisiness. On the front, we have another dual camera setup featuring 20 MP+2MP camera that captures one of the best selfies in this budget segment with additional features like beautify mode and portrait mode. The edge- detection of the portrait mode in both rear and front camera works like a charm, blurring and capturing one of the best portrait shots. However, videos can only be shot in 1080p with EIS.
The 6.26-inch beautiful notch display of the Redmi Note 6 Pro has a resolution of 1080 pixels by 2280 pixels which displays even more vibrant and sharper colours when compared to the Redmi Note 5 Pro’s display. The screen has great viewing angles and is fairly visible when used under direct sunlight.
The Redmi Note 6 Pro packs a huge 4000 mAh battery that easily lasts the whole day on normal use. The phone supports Fast charging 3.0 but is bundled with a regular 5V charger in the box
Redmi Note 6 Pro packs the same yet powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor which makes multitasking super smooth and can run almost all games with no noticeable lag.
The provided 6 GB variant is more than enough for daily Multitasking and lets you switch between different apps without having the need to kill any of the running apps in the background. In addition to that, the curvy metal body finish gives the Redmi Noted 6 Pro a nice premium look and feel. The hybrid SIM slot supports VOLTE and dual 4G. And the fingerprint sensor is super fast that unlocks the phone in seconds
The mini USB port is still disappointing to see in this model of the Redmi Note 6 pro with the sluggish MIUI throwing in so many annoying ads. With still no support of 4K recording, the Redmi Note 6 Pro is a hard choice in late 2018.
Having no option to record 4K videos is really disappointing however, lets just hope Xiaomi fixes this with an ETA update.Though, if you’re okay with shooting 1080p videos a mini USB port in late 2018 the Redmi Note 6 pro is a worthy upgrade .