The Xiaomi Note 8 Review


Whether you’re an aspiring gamer or a businessman looking for a better smartphone, the Xiaomi Note 8 can be a valuable choice. It offers an exceptional display, a powerful battery, and an excellent camera. This is all in a sleek, compact design that’s perfect for anyone who enjoys mobile computing.


During our test of the Xiaomi Note 8, we found that it offers an impressive set of specs for its price. The device has a big IPS LCD display with 1080 x 2340 pixels resolution and 409 pixels per inch. The display also features three color temperature modes. The device is also equipped with a compass sensor, accelerometer, and gyro sensor. The phone also has a fingerprint sensor at the back.

The display has a maximum brightness of 638 cd/m2 when the ambient light sensor is activated. However, the display has some hazing at acute angles.

The front camera module of the Xiaomi Note 8 is offset slightly. There is a waterdrop-shaped notch on the display. This notch is visible even when the display is turned off.


Considering that it’s only a fraction of the cost of current top-end models, the camera on the new Redmi Note 8 offers great bang for your buck. It offers good pictures in good lighting and a good video mode, although it has some issues in low light.

The biggest highlight of Note 8’s camera is its 2x digital zoom, but it also has some other features worth mentioning. For example, the ultrawide camera is not quite as good as the telephoto lens on the P30, but it does help greatly with overall CAMERA IQ.

The Note 8’s other camera features include image stabilization, which works in 1080p at least when handheld, and it has a nice portrait mode. The camera also features automatic distortion correction. However, the wide-angle lens does have some distortion around the edges.


Having a low battery backup is one of the most frustrating things about owning a smartphone. Even the most dedicated power users have a hard time getting through the day without the need for a quick plug-and-play. Thankfully, there are several ways to get back on the grid. The most obvious is to replace the dreaded battery.

The next step is to identify the most viable options for your budget. This can be done by visiting your local Xiaomi service center. Depending on your location, the cost can range from Rs1500 to Rs2000. You will also be limited to your service center’s selection of replacement batteries, so it’s a good idea to shop around.

Performance in low light

Despite being an inexpensive device, the Xiaomi Note 8 can produce some pretty good images in daylight and low light. But the camera has a few flaws that leave the pictures looking underexposed and blurry.

The Redmi Note 8 has a 64MP primary lens and a dual-camera setup, including a 48MP f/1.9 lens. The primary lens delivers good results in low light. But the ultra-wide-angle lens, which is the star of the show, is a bit lackluster.

The secondary camera is a 2MP depth sensor, which produces some great macro shots. But it’s not as impressive as the 48MP lens. The images are not as detailed, but they’re also not as noisy.


Besides the fact that it’s a good mid-range device, the Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro has some really good features that you can use to enhance your gaming experience. One of the best features is the Game Turbo 2.0 app which helps improve your gaming performance. The app can be accessed through the Settings menu. It lets you choose different settings and turn on or off game speed boosters.

Another feature you might want to try is Dark Mode. This feature is a nifty way to save battery life. It also gives you a fresh new interface. It’s a feature that has become very popular.


Whether you are looking for a pair of headphones for your smartphone, or you want to invest in a pair for a gaming console, the Xiaomi True Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones 3 Pro is worth a look. The earbuds feature LHDC 4.0 and dual dynamic drivers to provide high-quality sound transmission, as well as multiple modes for noise-canceling.

These headphones are comfortable to wear, and they provide a great fit. They have an in-line control button that makes it easy to control your music and calls. They also have a coated cable, which is designed to stand up to rough use. They come with a manufacturing defect warranty.