The new Chinese manufacturer's ultra-budget device keeps it going chip Processing - but enhances all the other technology features around it
As expected, the Redmi 8A model was officially introduced in the Indian market - providing us with everything we could possibly dream of, and even more, at such a slim price.
The new smartphone will provide an elongated 6.22-inch IPS screen at a 1,520 × 720 pixel resolution with a drop-down center and a Gorilla Glass 5 overlay, chip Snapdragon 439 Octagon Cortex A53 Core Manufacturing Process of 12 Nm, System Android Pie with MIUI 10 interface over it (and planning to update to MIUI 11 with Android 10 in the near future), basic dynamic memory of 2GB or 3GB, volume storage Internal 32GB expandable for additional 512GB with cards microSD - and especially a massively built-in 5,000mAh battery with 18 watt charging, which should do wonders in combination with the modest resolution screen and the economical processing chip.
A single camera on the back is based on Sony's 363 megapixel IMX12 sensor and with f / 1.8 aperture developer, the front selfie camera is 8 megapixel resolution, has a slot USB Type-C that probably heralds the ultimate demise of microUSB in the eyes of To be accurate (It's time), there is a 3.5 millimeter slot for headphones, An FM radio receiver, and an infrared transmitter to replace the remote control on numerous occasions as well as basic protection against drops and stray water sprays.
In fact, the only significant disadvantage of the Redmi 8A over modern devices at much more expensive prices is the 802.11n single-channel Wi-Fi connectivity and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity. We already know that there is also a Redmi 8A Pro model in the pipeline - perhaps alongside the volume Memories Larger, he can upgrade those capabilities as well and make himself a wink-and-pay package even more.
The redmi price of 8A in the Indian market will be 6,500 Rupees, which is 92 USD in direct conversion (to 2GB of memory Dynamic - supplemented with 7,000 Rupees in the 3GB model) - a price which is 800 Rupees above the launch price of the Redmi 7A, which may indicate that the plan is to continue to market both versions simultaneously with each slice slightly different from this competitive market. The key question for us now is what are the chances that sometime in the future you will get the opportunity to purchase the fresh Redmi 8A at a price of $ 75 or less, which will allow VAT-free purchase from online stores outside the country and officially make it the best deal ever for the hilarious price of Less than NIS 300.
Is it the dream device for less than 100 dollars, or does it still have drawbacks that cannot be ignored? Share in the comments!