Redmi Note 8 Review: Best phone below Rs 10000. Period.

Others might have a few of them – the Realme 5, for instance, has a similar processor and RAM and storage combination and even a slightly larger display and battery at the same price but loses out on the 48-megapixel main sensor, the Full HD resolution, and the fast charging.

The Redmi Note 8 also brings an infrared port to the mix, pretty much placing it in a hardware zone of its own at its price point.

No, it will not stand out in terms of sheer design from the current mid-segment crowd, but it looks good nevertheless and is one of the few devices in the segment to come with Gorilla Glass 5 on the front and back and P2i splash resistance.

Yes, the ad-hating crowd will object to the ads that pop up as part of the UI, but they can be turned off as we keep pointing out (and have a guide about it as well ), and most general users are unlikely to be too upset by them.

We still think MIUI is one of the better Android skins in terms of features and general consistency, and the Redmi Note 8 runs smoothly on it.

Yes, there are other devices at that price point, most notably the Realme 5 and the Vivo U10 , but none come close to matching its combination of design, display, camera, and battery.

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