[Bestbuy618 Mobile Channel] On August 29, 2019, Xiaomi Technology Park ushered in the new park’s first launch, at which Redmi brought us two new phones, the Redmi Note 8 and Note 8 Pro, as well as an enhanced version of the RedmiBook 14 and Redmi’s first TV. On the day of the event, Xiaomi organized a tour of the new campus, the “new home” Xiaomi Science and Technology Park was opened in July this year, drifting nine years, finally have their The first launch of the new park, in the end, brought what kind of small diamond two generation? There are also some small surprises under the moderate design.
Overall, the Redmi Note8 Pro has no major design changes; the front of the phone is more traditional, with a 6.53-inch FHD Full HD waterdrop screen, a screen ratio of 19.5:9, a resolution of 2340 1080, a narrower chin than the previous generation, a screen to body ratio of 91.4 percent, and a more smooth and rounded waterdrop part. The Ice Emerald is a bright green to black gradient from the sides to the center, and the hidden fingerprint recognition module on the back is an “unexpected surprise.” The fingerprint recognition module and the lens together is actually not strange, Samsung S9 adopted such a design, but as a brief user of the S9 really want to spit unlock really easy to touch the lens, just know that the new Redmi machine, which is also designed in this way, has thought about how to spit, but
It’s here, it’s here with 64 million There’s no doubt that the first 64 megapixels is one of the Redmi Note8 Pro’s biggest selling points. The CMOS on the Redmi Note8 Pro is the ISOCELL Bright GW1, jointly released by Redmi and Samsung, and is the first phone in China to carry a 64 megapixel sensor. How powerful is 64 megapixels? According to official data, the GW1 is 34% higher than the 48-megapixel product in terms of both photo resolution and sensor area.
Straight-out 64-megapixel photos, such as those printed with the common accuracy of 72 dpi, can produce massive posters measuring up to 3.26 meters in length. Lu Weibing also brought a 3.26m poster to the launch event, so that everyone on the scene could fully appreciate the power of 64 megapixels. In addition to the 64-megapixel ultra-clear main camera, the Redmi Note 8 Pro’s quad-camera setup includes an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle, 2-megapixel macro, and 2-megapixel depth-of-field lens.
The ultra-macro lens supports autofocus, ultra-close range shooting up to 2cm, and macro video shooting.
The camera is good, or the actual performance is more important, but because the image is too large to compress, I will not include too many samples. Normal mode (top) and 64 million straight out (bottom) Macro Sample Selfie sample
The 64 megapixels have undeniably improved the resolution and image quality, and the creators have more room for post-processing, but the size of more than 20MB still limits users’ sharing. 12nm process is too “conservative”? Liquid-cooled technology ensures gaming experience The Redmi Note 8 Pro has the world’s first MediaTek Helio G90T professional gaming processor, which has been specially optimized for gaming.
The Redmi Note series has always been known as the “thousand dollar bucket machine,” and while we can’t be too harsh, the 12nm process is still a little too “conservative.” However, with the liquid cooling, the actual experience of “King’s Honor” and “Peace Elite” can be guaranteed to run smoothly; however, when you turn on the super high quality and anti-aliasing settings, there is still occasional heat generation, primarily around the camera. The Redmi Note 8 Pro features a gaming X antenna design, which ensures WiFi signal strength in a variety of holding positions and no network lag while gaming. Redmi Note 8 Pro features MediaTek HyperEngine and MI Game Turbo 2.0 dual engine optimization, including intelligent Wi-Fi/LTE concurrency, game scene awareness, and game toolbox 2.0, which can effectively reduce game network lag rate, improve game network latency, and enhance game control. 18W fast charging, NFC, infrared, and 3.5mm headphone jack are all present, and “four cameras” have a heart.
The Redmi Note 8 Pro is not only an excellent quad-camera device, but it is also a very thoughtful experience. The Redmi Note 8 Pro not only has a large 4500mAh battery, but it also supports 18W fast charging. The Redmi Note8 Pro supports QC3.0, QC4, MTK PE and PD, which are compatible with most of the fast charging heads on the market today.
NFC, infrared, and a 3.5mm headphone jack are also included in the Redmi Note8 series. More and more cities are embracing NFC for transportation, and NFC on cell phones is far more convenient than physical cards.
This demonstrates Redmi’s determination and attitude toward increasing the popularity of NFC.
Furthermore, the Redmi Note 8 Pro uses Nano Mesh nano silk design for the first time on the speaker dust-proof network, reducing sound resistance while further improving dust-proof performance, as well as the hidden skill – speaker acoustic dust removal, that is, the Redmi Note 8 Pro’s speakers can not only dust-proof, but also dust removal.