Redmi Note 8 Unboxing – The Hype is Real
While the Redmi Note Pro series is the mid-range leader for Xiaomi, the company has maintained a fantastic tier-two option for users who don’t want to spend as much, but still want some of the features introduced by the new generation of hardware.
The Redmi Note 8 Packs a punch for a sub $200 smartphone and the hype around this phone is actually worth it. This should definitely make Other brands in Nigeria sit up
What’s in the box
- Redmi Note 8
- TPU case
- 18W charger
- USB-C cable
- SIM ejector tool
Xiaomi has stepped up its game with in-box contents: It now throws in an 18W fast charger in the box. Additionally, you’ll find the usual TPU case, USB-C cable, and SIM ejector tool. It would have been nice to see a pair of earphones thrown in for good measure, but you’ve probably got a favorite pair lying around anyway.
- 158.3 x 75.3 x 8.4mm
- Gorilla Glass 5 front and back
- Waterdrop notch
- Rear fingerprint sensor
The design of the Redmi Note 8 leans more towards the Redmi Note 7S than the Redmi Note 8 Pro. While the latter incorporates a curvy design and a luxurious build that belies its price, the Redmi Note 8 is very much a mid-range smartphone as far as looks go. The entire design is an extension of the flattened-out, glass-and-metal sandwich that first debuted on the Redmi Note 7. Yes, Xiaomi’s budget portfolio can get quite complicated.
Released 2019, September.
Android 9.0; MIUI 10.
32GB/64GB/128GB storage, microSD slot
3 – 6GB RAM
Snapdragon 665 & Adreno 610 GPU
6.3″ Screen (440PPI)
3+32GB – N57,999 ($160)
4+64GB – N62,999 ($175)
4+128GB – N69,999 ($195)