A very impressive pair of home appliances Xiaomi Add more headaches to the anticipation for all those looking to upgrade at a cost of less than NIS 1,500
Removable mechanical or self-tapping selfie camera? With or without a microSD slot? chip Of Qualcomm or chip Of Mediatek? Triangular or square photo array? With chip NFC or not needed? The diversity offered by a company To be accurate Price ranges of between NIS 1,500 and NIS 1,000 (or even slightly less) have never been more varied - and have never posed a greater user challenge to users among recent models that have all been presented over the past few months.
To date, potential purchasers have been wavering between the Redmi Note 7 and Mi A3 at the low end, and the Mi 9T, Mi 9T Pro and Mi 9 SE at slightly higher prices - each with cost-benefit ratios Great in its own right. Today, the Mi 9 Lite, which is the European incarnation for the Mi CC9, and the Redmi Note 8 Pro, which is trying to jump the old and popular brand to a new level of capabilities and qualities, should also be added to this list.
In the left corner, the Mi 9 Lite stands in one and only version with Samsung's 6.39 Super AMOLED 2,340 × 1,080 pixel resolution, chip Qualcomm's octagonal Snapdragon 710 memory, 6GB dynamic memory, 128GB internal storage volume with fast expandable UFS 2.1 standard with microSD cards, under-screen fingerprint scanner, Android Pie system with MIUI 10 interface, chip NFC Built-in, built-in infrared transmitter, FM radio receiver, slot for headphones And a built-in 4,030mAh battery with support for charging up to 4.0 watts Quick Charge 27 Plus.
The device offers a familiar triangular array of cameras with a main 48 megapixel unit, a wide-angle 8 megapixel unit and a standing 2 megapixel sensor, as well as an 32 megapixel selfie camera on the front. It is being offered in black only in the country for now, unfortunately - and at an impressive NIS 1,500 price, which may become even worse later thanks to parallel importers trying to challenge the official local representative.
In the far right is the even cheaper Redmi Note 8 Pro, with 6.53-inch IPS screen at 2,340 × 1,080 pixels, Android Pie system with MIUI 10 interface, 6GB dynamic memory and 64GB or 128GB storage available Expand with microSD, chip Mediatek's octagon Helio G90T which is its most advanced model today, a rear built-in fingerprint scanner, chip NFC Built-in, infrared transmitter, built-in radio receiver, 3.5 millimeter slot for headphones And a generous 4,500mAh battery with support for 18 watt charging.
The Note 8 Pro camera has four cameras, including a unique 64 main megapixel sensor סמסונג In the premiere, with the addition of a wide-angle 8 sensor, the Macro 2 sensor for macro photography, and a last-minute 2 sensor for depth sensing, all alongside an 20 megapixel selfie camera. This model is also available through the official black-tailed importer at the moment (despite photos starring its white and green tint), at a cost of NIS 1,200 for volume storage Internal 64GB and 1,350 NIS model with 128GB for storage.
Amazingly, the Redmi Note 8 Pro in the base version with 64GB for storage is now available through parallel importers for less than NIS 950, despite having officially landed a few days ago - and based on past experience you can only imagine how low you can get us The expected price war between the various stores and chains in the local market. It is inevitable that in a few months we will be able to find the Note 8 Pro at prices lower than 800 in some stores, so it will be a direct replacement for the popular Redmi Note 7 devices - and this is without mentioning the standard Redmi Note 8 model With chip Snapdragon 665 which will probably come with its own discounted prices in relation to the Pro version.
So who do you think you should choose? Or you may have an outside contender for the empire of To be accurate Who should be the winner in this comparison? Let's tell everyone in the comments.